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/°>'e/oK Library 
Southern Wi„o^ 

Illinois 



iJ] For the Church, Sunday) School and 
,i] E\)angelistic SerA)ices 



HOMER A. RODEHEAVER 

Compiler 

CHAS. H. GABRIEL 

Musical Editor 



CKurcK H>'mns Re\)iS?al Songs 

Sundaj? ScKool Songs Children's Songs 
Songs for Male Voices Solos and Choruses 
Responsible Readings 

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CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA 

+40 S. Dearborn St. 46 NI. 12tK St. 




lOTH GREAT REVIVAL 
HYMNS and GREAT 
REVIVAL HYMNS 

NUMBER TWO far exceeded 
our expectations as to qualitj) and 
popularity). 

In the latter publication ^e demonstrated 
to our friends that ^e could improA^e on the 
former, e^)en though manj) thought this 
an impossibilit}). 

Because of unsurpassed opportunit}? not only 
to select the most useful and popular pieces of 
toda>), but to test new songs b]? actual use in 
the largest choruses and congregations e\>er 
assembled in religious xs'ork, v7e confdentl]? [J| 

belie^'e Songs for Service to be the grandest 
collection v?e IxaOe ^et issued. 

Because of the splendid spirit of christian 
co-operation ^^'e ha\)e been enabled to combine 
the -Oerp choicest copyrights of other publishers 
^^ithour o^\'n most popular songs; to these ha\'ebeen 
added man]? nevJ pieces, ^hich have stood the 
test abo^)e referred to. 

While belie^Jing that all song books should 
be especially useful in e\)angelistic meetings, vJe 
ha-Oe kept in mind the particular needs of Sunday) 
Schools, Young Peoples' Societies, and eOerp 
department of church work. 




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More About Jesus. 



COPYRIGHT, 1887, BYJNO. R. SWENEY, 



Jno. R. Sweney. 



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1. More a-bout Je - sus I would know, More of Hig grace to oth - ei-s show; 

2. More a-bout Je - sus let me learn, More of His ho - ly will dis-cern; 

3. More a-bout Je - sus; in His word, Holding com-mun-ion with my Lord, 

4. More a-bout Je - sus; on His throne, Rich-es in glo-ry all His own; 

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More of His sav - ing fuU-ness see, More of His love who died for me. 
Spir - it of God, my teach - er be. Show - ing the things of Christ to me. 
Hear-ing His voice in ev - 'ry line, Mak - ing each faith-ful say - ing mine. 
More of His kingdom'ssure increase; More of His com-ing, Prince of Peace. 



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lOTH GREAT REVIVAL 
HYMNS and GREAT 
REVIVAL HYMNS 

NUMBER TWO far exceeded 
our expectations as to qualitj) and 
popular! tj). 

In tke latter publication We demonstrated 
to our friends tKat \0e could impro\'e on tke 
forraer, e-Oen thougk manj) tkougKt tKis 
an impossibility). 

Because of unsurpassed opportunity not only 
to select tke most useful and popular pieces of 
toda^), but to test new songs bj) actual use in 
tke largest ckoruses and congregations eOer 
assembled in religious x'Jork, ^e confident^ [J| 

belieOe Songs for Service to be tke grandest 
collection v7e \\aOe -^et issued. 

Because of tke splendid spirit of ckristian 
co-operation xv^e ka'Oe been enabled to combine 
tke -Oer^ ckoicest copyrigkts of otker publiskers 
vJitkour ov?n most popular songs; totkese kaA^ebeen 
added manj) nev? pieces, ^kick kave stood tke 
test abo\>e referred to. 

Wkile believing tkat all song books skould 
be especially useful in e\'angelistic meetings, v}e 
ha^)e kept in mind tke particular needs of Sunday? 
Sckools, Young Peoples' Societies, and eOer^ 
department of ckurck work. 



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More About Jesus. 



COPYRIGHT, 1887. BY JNO. R. SWENEY, 



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1. More a-bout Je - sus I would know, More of His grace to oth-ersshow; 

2. More a-bout Je - sus let me learn, More of His ho - ly will dis-cern; 

3. More a-bout Je - sus; in His word, Holding cora-mun-ion with my Lord, 

4. More a-bout Je - sus; on His throne, Rich-es in glo-ry all His own; 

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More of His sav - ing fuU-ness see, More of His love who died for me. 
Spir - it of God, my teach - er be. Show - ing the things of Christ to me. 
Hear-ing His voice in ev - 'ry line, Mak - ing each faith-ful say - ing mine. 
More of His kingdom's sure increase; More of His com-ing. Prince of Peace. 

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How You Will Love Him! 



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COPYRIGHT. 1910. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Ye who wander, of sin grown weary, Lonely and far from the safe home-fold, 

2. Come.and coming.findpeace and pardon Wait-ing for you at the place of pray'r; 

3. You should know of this love so tender, Love that is steadfast.and deep, and true; 

4. Come, and find thatyou cannot fathom Love like Christ's till you taste and see; 



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Come and learn what the love of Christ is, Love whose gladness can ne'er be told. 
Kneel and ask for a soul for -giv- en, Christ is yeam-ing to meet you there. 
Come and share in its sweetness with me, Come, and find that my Christ loves you. 
Height and depths of the love of Je-sus No man knows till it sets Him free. 

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On Calv'ry's cross His heart was bro-ken, Bro-ken there for you, for me! 












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Since Jesus Came Into My Heart. 



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1. What a won-der-ful change in my life has been wrought Since Je-sua came 

2. I haveceasedfrommy wand'ringand go -ing a-stray, Since Je-su3 came 

3. I'm pos-sessed of a hope that is stead-fast and sure. Since Je-sus came 

4. There's a light in the val-ley of death now for me. Since Je-sus came 

5. I shall go there to dwell in that Cit • y I know Since Je-sus came 



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in - to my heartl I have light in my soul for which long I had sought, 

in - to my heart! And my sins which were ma - ny are all washed a-way 

in - to my heartl And no dark clouds of, doubt now my path- way ob-scure, 

in - to my heart! And the gates of the Cit - y be - yond I can see, 

in - to my heart! And I'm hap-py, bo hap-py as on -ward I go. 



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Closer Still. 



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COPYRIGHT. 1913. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Does Je - sus care when my heart is pained Too deep-ly for mirth or song; 

2. Does Je - sus care when my way is dark With a nan: e-less dread and fear? 

3. Does Je - sus care when I've tried and failed To re-sist some temp-ta-tion strong; 

4. Does Je - sus care when I've said "good-by" To the dear- est on earth to me, 



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As the bur-dens press, And the cares distress, And the way grows wcar-y and long? 
As the day-light fades In-to deep night shadfs,Does He care e-nough to be near? 
When for my deep grief There is no re-lief,Tho' my tears flow all the night long? 
And my sad heart aches Till it near-ly breaks, Is it aught to Him?Does He see? 



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Je - sus ray Sav - ior came to cleanse me, Car - nal in heart and 

Je - sus my Sav - ior came to guide me, - ver the mount-ains; 

Je - sus my Sav - ior soon will call me Home to my man - sion, 



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out in the night; Rich - es of glo - ry free - ly gave me, 

fightings with - in; Now I en - joy His pre-cious ful - ness 

down thro' the vale; Still He is with me, faith-ful to keep me; 

shin - ing a - bove; There shall I see Him in His glo - ry, 



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Flood-ed my soul with His won-drous light. 

Pow - er and vie - fry o'er in - bred sin. 

Fol - low-ing Him I shall nev - er fail. 

Praise and a - dore Him in songs of love. 



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1. At the cross I met the Mas- ter, And His smile I'llne'er for-get, 

2. When I reach the si -lent riv - er, I will not em-bark a -lone, 

3. the joy of un -der-stand-ing, Al-ways how, and when, and where. 



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Or the words of blessed greet-ing to my soul; Trust-mg on, I shall not 
But shall meet my ex- pec - ta-tion on its shore; When my Pi-lot, there in 
You can find His help so pre-cious and so free; In thy full- est joy or 



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cendfor - ev - er-more. Je - sus met me there! He lift-ed all my care; 

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2. I praise Him for the cleans-ing blood, What a won-der-ful Sav-iour! 

3. He cleansed my heart from all its sins, What a won-der-ful Sav-iour! 

4. He walks be -side me in the way, What a won-der-ful Sav-iour! 

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That rec-on-ciled my soul to God; What a won - der- 

And now He reigns and rules there-in; What a won - der- 

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What a wonderful Saviour! 



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What a wonderful Saviour! 
Ttie world shall never share a part; 
What a wonderful Savioor! 



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1. I came to the gar -den a - lone, While the dew is still on the 

2. He speaks, and the sound of His voice Is so sweet the birds hush their 

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Somebody Cares. 



COPYRIGHT. 1910. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Some-bod-y knows when your heart aches, And ev-'ry-thing seems to go wrong; 

2. Some-bod-y cares when you're tempted, And your mind grows diz-zy and dim; 

3. Sorae-bod-y loves you whenwea - ry; 1 Some-bod-y loves you when strong; 

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Sorae-bod - y knows when you're lone-ly, Ti - red, dis-cour-aged and blue; 
Some-bod - y grieves when you're fall-en, You are not lost from His sight; 
Need - ing His friend-ship so ho - ly, Need-ing His watch-care so true; 



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Some-bod -y wants you to know Him, Andknowthat He dear-ly loves you. 
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God Will Take Care of You. 



Dedicated to my wife, Mrs. John A. Davis. 
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1. Be not dis-mayedwhat-e'er be-tide, God will take care of 

2. Thro' days of toil when heart doth fail, God will take care of 

3. All you may need He will pro-vide, God will take care of 

4. No mat-ter what may be the test, God will take care of 



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When dan-gers fierce your path as - sail, God will take care of you. 

Noth-ing you ask will be de - nied, God will take care of you. 

Lean, wear-y one, up - on His breast, God will take care of you. 

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Wten Our Hosts to Battle Go. 



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1. Be Thou a - bove the heavens, Lord, Ex - alt - ed ver - y high, 

2. That Thy be- lev - ed peo-ple may From bondage be set free; 

3. who is he will bring me to The cit - y for - ti - fied? 

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do Thou save with Thy right hand, And an - swergive to me. 

who is he that to the land Of E - dom will me guide? 

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13 Only a Smile. 

COPYRIGHT. 19:3. BY CHSS H, GABRIEL 

Rev. A. H, Aokley. homer a. rooeheaver. owner. 

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1. On - iy a smile that is cheer- y and bright,Pierc-ing the gloom like a 

2. On - ly a smile, but some soul in di3-tress,Needs just the joy of its 

3. On- ly a smile, but a heart that de-spaired Gathered new hope when it 

4. On - ly a smile, but it brings a re - ward— It is not vain if we 

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ray in the night; Some-one will wel-come its warmth with de-light, 

lov - ing ca - ress; Naught can its sweet in - spi - ra-tion re-press, 

found some-one cared, Eas - ing the bur - den that no one had shared, 

smile for the Lord; So keep your heart and your smile in ac - cord, 



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14 Mother's Prayers Have Followed Me. 

COPYRIGHT. 1912. BY B. D. ACKLEY. 
Lizzie DeArmond. HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. OWNER. B. D. Ackley. 



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1. I grieved ray Lord from day to day, I scorned His love so full and 

2. O'er des - ert wild, o'er mountain high A wan-der - er I chose to 

3. He turned my dark-ness in - to light, This bless-ed Christ of Cal - va- 

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15 I Only Need to Trust Him More. 



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My Wonderful Dream. 

COPYRIGHT. 1912 BY CHiS. H. GABRIEL. 
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1. There's a dream that I dream, of my Sav-ior di- vine, And I know that my 

2. There is sweet com-pen-sa-tion for heart-ache and loss In the hope that is 

3. It will still be my stay when the fashions of earth In the mist are dis- 

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solv - ing a - way; For the pass-age of death will be on - ly a breath — 



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With a prora-ise e - ter - nal - ly new. 

When the Kina; in His beau-ty I see. this won-der-ful dream is a 

But a breath, and my dream will come true. 






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17 Jesus Is Al! ttie World to Me 

19;4. BY WILL L. THO^ 



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THOMPSON. EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO, 



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1. Je - sus is all the world to me, My life, my joy, my all; 

2. Je - sus is all the world to me. My friend in tri - als sore; 

3. Je - sus is all the world to me. And true to Him I'll be; 

4. Je - Gus is all the world to me, I want no bet - ter friend 



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I go to Him for bless-ings, and He gives them o'er and o'er. 
Oh, how could I this friend de - ny, When He's so true to me? 
I trust Him now, I'll trust Him when Life's fleet - ing days shall end. 



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When I am sad, to Him I go. No oth - er one can cheer me so; 
He sends the sun-shine and the rain. He sends the harvest's gold-en grain; 
FoI-Iow-ing Him I know I'm right, He watches o'er me day and night; 
Beau-ti - ful life with such a friend; Beau-ti - ful life that has no end; 







When I am sad He makes me glad. He's my friend. 

Sun-shine and rain, har - vest of grain. He's my friend. 

Fol - low - ing Him, by day and night. He's my friend. 

E - ter • nal life, e • ter - nal joy. He's my friend. 



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Sail On. 



COPVRIGHT. 1909. BY CHiS. H. GABRIEL 
C. H. G. HOMER A. RODEHEAVER, OWNER. 

Solo and Chorus. 



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1. Up - on a wide and storra-y sea, Thou'rt sail-ing to e - ter - ni - ty, 

2. Art far from shore and wear-y worn— The sky o'er-cast,thy can-vas torn? 

3. Do cora-rades trem-ble and re-fuse To fur-ther dare the taunting hues? 

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Hark ye! A voice is to thee borne, "Sail on, sail on, sail on! 

No oth - er course is thine to choose, Sail on, sail on, sail on! 

Take heart God's word shall nev-er fail— Sail on, sail on, sail on! 






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Sunshine in the Soul. 

COPYRIGHT 1687. BY JNO. R. SWENEY. 
USED BY PERMISSION OF L E. SWENEY. EXECUTRIX. 



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2. There's mu - sic in my soul to-day, A car - ol to the King 

3. There's spring-time in my soul to-day, For, when the Lord is near, 

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And Je - sus, lis - ten-ing, can hear The songs I can - not sing. 

The dove of peace sings in my heart, The flow'rs of grace ap - pear. 

For bless-ings which He gives me now. For joys "laid up" a - bove. 



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Is your life just a tan - gle Full of toil and careiSmile a bit as you 

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1. Hold up my go-ings. Lord, me guide In paths that are di - vine; 

2. Up - on Thee I have called, God, Be-cause Thou wilt me hear; 

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Dost save all those who trust in Thee From such as them with-stand, 

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22 



Because He Loved Me So. 



Rev. A e. ActJey. 



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1. I oft - en stop and won-der why The King of realms be-yond the sky 

2. His grace a - lone can fath-om sin, It makes the heart as white as snow; 

3. His foot-steps lead me all the way, He guards my path wher-e'er I go, 

4. His voice a - lone shall bid me come To heights supreme I long to know, 



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He plants the light of love wtth-in, And all be-cause He loves me so. 

He turns earth's darkest night to-day. It is be-cause He loves me so. 

Where an - gels sing my welcome home, And all be-cause He loves me sc. 



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The Unclouded Day. 

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2. they tell me of a home where my friends have gone, they 

3. they tell me of the King in His beau - ty there. And they 

4. they tell me that He smiles on His chil - dren there. And His 



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tell me of that land far a - way; Where the tree of life 

tell me that mine eyes shall be - hold, Where He sits on the throne 
smile drives their sor-rows all a - way; And they tell me that no tears 



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cit - y that is made of gold, 

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The Same Old Way. 



Mrs, W. T. Morris. 



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1, We are trav'ling home by the good old way.By the way our fathers trod; ; 
2* We at times will chance where the roadways cross, There 'tia Satan will delay, 

3. Ma - ny stop to look for a bet - ter way, And are swallowed up in night, 

4. *Twas myfather's way,'twas my mother's way.And'twill be the way for mel 
5t Obf bow glad am I there is just one way, It is Dar-row,bnt 'tis straight; 



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But we heed the words of the still small voice Saying/'Keep the narrow way." ^ 
"While the faithful few.by their steady tread En-ter thro' the gates of light, i 
When my journey's done.and my crown is won , By the same old way 'twill be, »' 
Tho' it leads up-hill we mount upward still T'ward the heav'nly, pearly gate. 




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Let Him In. 



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2. Don't you hear Him saying, saying, "Come, come to me; 'Twasforyouthat, 

3. Still His voice is call-ing, call-ing, Sweet the tone and low ; Bid Him en -ter 

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Tho' your sins be ma-ny, ma-ny. Par-don I can give." 
All be-cause His pleading.pleading, Reaches not your heart? 
While He still is waiting, waiting, Rise and let Him in! 



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What Will it Be? 



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2 . There are some who have died that His name should a - bide , There are some who have 

3. When in won-der I stand with my hand in His hand, In the home with the 

4. When the love-light doth shine from His eyes in - to mine, While the face that was 



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lived for His glo - ry; What bliss will it be, their fa-ces to see, But 

ran-somed for - ev - er. The sor-row all pass'd, tri-umphant at last, Oh, 

marredis up - lift - ed, With rap-ture com-plete,Hissmile I shall meet, Oh, 



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Every Day I Need Thee More. 



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3. Ev-'ry day I need Thee 

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Thoucanst still the storm and peace re - store. 

Vis - ions of the Christ whom I a- dore, 

Pit - e- ous-ly plead and help ira - plore, 

Then I'll dwell with Him for - ev - er- more, 



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1. I will sing the won-drous sto- ry, Of the Christ who died for me, 

2. I was lost, but Je - sus found me, Found the sheep that was a - stray; 

3. I was bruised, but Je - sushealed me, Faint was I from many a fall, 

4. Days of dark - nessstill come o'er me, Sor-row's paths I oft - en tread, 

5. He will keep me till the riv - er Rolls its wa - ters at my feet; 

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Threw His lov -ingarms a -round me, Drew me back in - to His way. 
Sight was gone, and fears possessed me. But He freed me from them all. 
But the Sav - ior still is with me. By His hand I'm safe - ly led. 
Then He'll bear me safe - ly o - ver Where the loved ones I shall meet; 



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the saints in glo-ry Gathered by the crystal sea. 

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1( I Gould But Tell it All. 



Jessie Brown Pounds. 



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1. Christ is rainelMy own heart knowsit, For the flood-ing joy o'er-flows it; 

2. Christ is love! I see Him dy-ing, For a world His love de - fy - ing; 

3. Christ is pow'r! I see Him reigning, With His word the worlds sus-tain- ing; 

4. Christ is life I His care is keep -ing Those we give to death's calm sleeping; 



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Could there be one soul de - ny - ing, If I could but tell it all? 

Could there be a doubt re -main - ing, If I could but tell it all? 

Would not mourners cease their weeping, If I could but tell it all? 



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He Promised to Keep Me. 



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. Christ will not fail melHow precious the wordll am se-cure with my Savior and 
. Christ will not fail me, a child of His care; All of ray bur-dens He glad-ly will 
. Christ will not fail me when tempted by sin; He felt its pow'r in the struggle to 
On - ward I iourney,no need shall I know But that His goodness and pow'r willbe- 



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share;He's ev - er be - side rae,no harm can be - tide me, For when I most 
win; My weakness He know-eth; His love ev - er show - eth. So sweet-ly con- 
stow; The while I am cling-ing, ray glad heart is sing - ing, For Christ is be- 



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an - gels shall o - ver me guard, 
need Him, my Sav-ior is there 

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fend me When tri-als o'er-take and temp-ta-tions as - sail; He promised to 







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^1 Wlien Jesus Spoke Peace to My Soul. 

COPYRIGHT. 1915, BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 
W. M. Ligbtfiall. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. Edward M. Faller. 






1. I love to think of that hap- py day, When Je-sus spoke peace to my soul 

2. He call'dtoine from the King's highway, The day He spoke peace to my soul 

3. Such joy is mine that I love to tell, How.Te - sus spoke peace to my 



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It seems to me such a won-drous way, That Je-susspoke peace to my soul. 

I heard His voice and I knelt to pray. When Je-sus spoke peace to my soul. 

He bids me tell you that all is well, Since Je-sus spoke peace to my soul. 



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1 Shall Dwell Forever Ttere. 



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2. Tho' my sky be filled with the clouds of time, And my soul is burdened 

3. How my heart will sing when I see the King, For there is no sovereign 






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pels the gloom of earth - ly care, In the home of God I shall 

with fore-bod - ings of de - spair, Yet, my heart is cheered, for the 

that with Je - sus can com - pare; So the sac - ri - fice of a 

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rest at last, In the land of E - den I shall dwell for-ev - er there. 
hope is mine. If I trust in Je - sus I shall dwell for-ev - er there, 
life I'll bring, And with Him in glo - ry I shall dwell for-ev - er there. 



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Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 

(ABERYSTWYTH.) 



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2. 0th - er ref-uge have I none, Hangs my help - less soul on Thee: 

3. Thou, Christ, art all I want; More than all in Thee I find; 

4. Plen-teous grace with Thee is found, Grace to cov - er all my sin; 



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All ray trust on Thee is stayed. All my help from Thee I bring; 

Just and ho - ly is Thy name; I am all un - right - eous-ness: 

Thou of life the foun - tain art, Free - ly let me take of Thee: 




Safe in - to the ha - ven guide, re - ceive my soul at last! 

Cov - er my de - fense-less head With the shad - ow of Thy wing! 

False and full of sin I am, Thou art full of truth and grace. 

Spring Thou up with - in my heart. Rise to all e - ter - ni - ty. 



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Are You Counting the Cost? 



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1. Your Sav-iour is call-ing from Cal- va-ry's tree, His sac - ri - fice 

2. How can you neg-Iect His sal - va-tion so great? His word stand-eth 

3. Why tar - ry to gath-er the treas-ures of earth That short-ly must 

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true ev - er - more; Come,en-ter the king-dom be-fore its too late; Come 
crum-ble a - way? Come, lay up the jew-els of in - fi-niteworth, That 
world as a whole? shall not your la - bor be worse than in vain, If 



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hope of e-ter-ni-ty lose? 

while there's a wide-o-pen door! Are you counting the cost, are you counting the 

shine thro' e- ter-ni-ty's day. 

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Only One Way. 

COPYRIGHT, 1912 BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 
HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. OWNER. 



E. E. Rexford. 



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2. There is on - ly one way of sal - va-tioc! At Cal-va-ry'scrossit be - gins, 

3. There is on - ly one way of sal - va-tion, Tho' oft-en it seems to be vain— 
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It leads thro' Gethsemane's gar-den, Thro'pain,self-de-ni-al and loss. 
Andwindsthro'thevaleofre- pent-ance,And out of the val-ley of sins. 
It's mountains of tri -al and sor -row. It's des-erts of pas-sion and pain— 



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'Tis nar-row,but ev-er a-bound-ing With glimpses of heav-en a - bove; 
'lis marked by the blood of the martyrs. And hallowed by sor-rows un - told. 
But Je - sus.the Sav-ior of sin - ners,Will walk by your side all the way; 







It is rug-ged,butra-diantwithglo - ry,And blazoned with mer-cy and love. 
But it still is the way, and the on - ly Way un - to the Cit - y of Gold. 
He will guide you , and cheer you, and love you-0 make Him your Savior to-day , 
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There is on - ly one way of sal-va - tion — The way of the cross; 

One way, one way— The glo-ri-ous way 



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36 



R. H. McDaniel. 



I Have Been to Jesus, 



C{ia8. H. Gabriel, Jr. 



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1. I have been to Je-sus and He saved my soul, Praise His ho - ly namel 

2. Now I'm tell- ing sin-ners Je-sus saves from sin, Praise His ho - ly namel 

3. I'mre -joic-ing dai-ly in His light and love. Praise His ho - ly name! 

4. I will love and serve Him while I live be - low, Praise His ho - ly name! 









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I buttouched His garments and He made me whole, Praise His ho - ly name! 

And His blood can make the foul-est sin- ner clean, Praise His ho - ly name! 

Andl'mpress-ing on-wardto myhome a - bove, Praise His ho - ly name! 

And I'll serve Him bet-ter when to heav'n I go. Praise His ho - ly 



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How It Saves. 



COPYRIGHT. 1910. BY HOMER A. nODEHEAVER. 



Homer A. Rodebearer. 






va - tion just suits me, Oh, how it saves! 

its pow'r all thro' my soul, Oh, how it saves! 

3. I'll love it on my dy - ing bed, Oh, how it saves! 

4. I'll love it when I'm safe in heaven Oh, how it saves! 

5. I'll love it thro' e - ter - ni - ty, Oh, how it saves! 



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When I'm wea-ry and faint He is al-ways near. With His joy He my 
Ho - ly an-gels keep watch o'er rae thro' the night, And each morning He 
He is fair - er than lil - y or rose to me, And His bless-ings fall 
There's a place for my soul that He doth pre-pare, And its beau - ty by 



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soft as the dew; 
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On the cross for my sins He was cm - ci - fied: 

And He comforts my heart, speaking words of cheer: 

In the smile of His love doth my soul de - light: 

my heart, how it longs His dear face to see: 

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I [s, I don't you? 

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39 



He Will Not Let Me Fall. 



Rev. A. H. Actley. 



B. D. Ackley. 



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2. When grief is more than I can bear— Too weak am I to call- 

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If I but lift my heart in pray'r, He will not let me fall. 



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Edgar Page. 



Beulali Land. 

BY PERMISSION OF MRS. JNO, R. SWENEY, 



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1. I've reached the land of corn and wine, And all its rich - es free - ly mine; 

2. My Sav-ior comes and walks with me, And sweet communion here have we; 

3. A sweet per-fume up - on the breeze Is born from ev - er - ver-nal trees, 

4. The zeph-yrs seem to float to me Sweet sounds of heav-en's mel-o - dy, 



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He gen - tly leads me by His hand, For this is heav-en's bor-der-land. 
And flow'rs, that nev-er - fad - ing grow Where streams of life for-ev - er flow; 
As an-gels with the white-robed throng Join in the sweet re-demp-tion song. 

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Beu-lahLand, sweet Beu-lah Land, As on thy high - est mount I stand 

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41 



Walking With Jesus. 



Cliarlotte G. Homer. 



B. D. AckUy. 



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1. I am walk-ing ev - 'ry day with Je - sua; I feel His pres-ence 

2. I am walk-ing ev - 'ry day with Je - sus; My bur-den and my 

3. I am walk-ing ev - 'ry day with Je - sus, Con - tent and ful - ly 

4. I am walk-ing ev - 'ry day with Je - sus; Al - tho' His face I 



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8weet-ly near; Un - to me He whis-pers words of wis - dom, That 
cross He shares, With His coun - cil guards and guides me on -ward. And 
sat - is - fied; For the way is grow - ing bright - er, clear - er, As 
can - not see. He has said "I will be with thee al - way "— His 



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42 love Ttat Will Not let Me Go. 

Rev. Geo. Matbeson. COPYRIGHT, 1910. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. J. B. Herbert. 

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2. light 

3. joy 

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that will not let me go, I 

that followest all my way, I 

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wea - ry soul in Thee; I give Thee back the life I 


flick'ring torch to Thee; My heart re - stores its bor-rowed 


close my heart to Thee; I trace the rain - bow thro' the 


ask to fly from Thee; I lay in dust life's glo - ry 


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43 



Tdere is Always Happiness. 



Ghas. H. Gabriel, Jr 



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1.0 the per-fect peace that o - ver-flows the soul That the Ho - ly One is 

2. There may be a tempest rag -ing o'er the land And the foe try hard to 

3. the blessed Je - sus.what a friend is He! From His love we will not 

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In His precious love a-bid - ing. (love a-bid-ing.) 

There will be a song with-in us. There is always happiness where 

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44 



Redeemed and Saved. 

COPYRIGHT, 1912. BY RODEHEAVER-ACKLEY CO. 
HOMER A. RODEHEAVER OWNER. 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. Redeemed and saved! For me the Sav-ior suf-fered,Laid down His life, a 

2. Redeemed and saved! Oh! blessed was ttiemo-ment, Wlien, in de-spair, I 

3. Redeemed and saved! No more a wand'ring al-ien, No more the guilt, the 



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ran-somfor my own; Took on Him-self my load of con-dem-na-tion, 

found His par-don free, When first I knew the Son of God, in dy-ing, 

fears I felt be -fore; But now a peace and joy that nev-er fail-eth, 

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45 



It Was Jesus Wto Set Me Free. 



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1. When I was tread-ing the path-way of wrong, When I was bound by the 

2. When for my soul there was no one to care, When con-dem-na-tion seemed 

3. When on my path-way no lightseemedtoshine.Whenl was dread-mg the 

4. When I am sing - ing His glo - ry and praise, Mar-vel-ous,won-der-ful, 



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fett-ers so strong, When I had lost all my sun - shine and song, 

mine ev-'ry where, When I was bound by the chains of de - spair, 

judgment di-vine, When e - vil pow- ers seemed all to com -bine, 

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46 Brighten the Corner Where ¥ou Are. 



Ina Daley Ogdo 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. Do not wait un - til some deed of great-ness you may do, Do not 

2. Just a - bove are cloud-ed skies that you may help to clear, Let not 

3. Here for all your ta-lent you may sure - ly find a need. Here re- 



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wait to shed your light a - far, To the ma-nydu-ties ev-er near you 
nar - row self your way de-bar, Tho' in - to one heart a - lone may fall your 
fleet the bright and morning star, E - ven from your hum-ble hand the bread of 



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now be true, Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. 
song of cheer. Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. Bright-en the cor-ner 
life may feed, Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. 

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where you are! Bright-en the cor-ner where you are! Some one far from 

Shine for Jesus where you are! 



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Saved, Saved! 



COPYRIGHT. 1911. BY ROBERT H. COLEMAN. 



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1. I've found a friend who is all to me,.... His 

2. He saves me from ev - 'ry sin and harm,.., Se- 

3. When poor and need - y and all a • lone,.... In 



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day; I'm lean - ing strong, on His 

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Saved by His pow'r. 



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What a Day of Victory! 

COPYRIGHT, 1915. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 
INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. 



Cbas. H. Gatrlel. 



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1. When at last we see the King and His praise in glo -rysing, What a 

2. When we walk the streets of gold with the hap - py saints of old, What a 

3. When with tri - als tru - ly past, we re-ceive the crown at last, What a 



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day of vic-to - ry that will be! When we reach the oth - er side where the 

day of vic-to - ry that will be! When we join the an - gel throng in the 

day of vic-to -ry that will be! When be-fore the King we stand in that 






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vic-to - ry that will be! 
vic-to - ry that will be! 



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W. C. Poole. 



COPYRIGHT. 1915, BY CHAS. 



Gbas. H. Gabriel, Jr, 



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1 . My soul sings hal-le - lu - jah, For I at last have found The path that leads 

2. My soul sings hal-le -lu - jah, For there is at my side My pre-cious,lov- 

3. My soul sings hal-le - lu - jah, Eachmorn-ing noon and night, As on I glad- 

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me home-ward, Where joy and peace abound; Where Jesus waits with loved ones Up- 
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on that golden shore, Where sor-row nev-er en-ters, And where sin is known no more, 
more in sin to roam, As Je-sus leads me onward To my bright, e-ter-nal home. 
I shall reach the end, I'll be athomefor-ev-erWithmySavior,Lord and Friend. 




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No more in sin - ful paths to stray, I am on the home-ward way. 



50 



'Tis a Great Change for Me. 



Rev. JoIinsoB Oatman, Jr. 



COPYRIGHT. 1910 BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



J. B. Herbert. 






1. My boat had once floated a-way from the shore, And I was a-drift on life's 

2. My life was once darkened and fettered by sin, Bntnow,Hal - le - lu-jah! By 

3. No more is my spir-it con-formed to this world, But now high-er joys ev-'ry 

4. When I have reached heaven, that home of the soul, Blest haven that lies o - ver 






wild rag-ing sea; But now in the life-boat I'm safe ev-er-more, And 0, 'tis 
grace I am free! For all has been changed since God's light hath shone in, And 0, 'tis 
mo-ment I see:For 1 have been changed and transformed by His pow'r, And 0, 'tis 
time's rolling sea, I know I will shout when its joys I be-hold — "0 this is 



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a great change for me! 'Tis a great change for me, a great change for me! 






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Joy To Serve Jesus. 



> Rowe. 



Ghas. H. Gabriel. 

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1. Just to feel the Mas-ter near and to do His bid-ding here, It is joy, 

2. Just to know that His bright smile is up-on me all the while, It is joy, 

3. Just to know that, by His grace, I shall meet Him face to face, It is Joy, 




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won-der-ful joy; Just to let His precious word from my will-ing lips be heard, 
won-der-ful joy; Just to know that He has bless'd ev-'ry tho't of love expressed 
won-der-ful joy; Just to know that I shall be His for all e - ter-ni - ty. 



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It is joy, won-der-ful joy. It is joy, 

joy, joy. It is joy. 



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52 



Sweeter As the Years Go By. 



Mrs.C 

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COPYRIGHT. 1912. BY CHAS. H, GABRIEL. 
. H. M. HOMER 4. RCDEHEiVER OWNER. 

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1. Of Je- sus' love that sought me, When I was lost in sin; Of won-drous 

2. He trod in old Ju-de - a Life's pathway long a - go; The peo - pie 
3. 'Twas wondrous love which led Him For us to snf-fer loss— To bear with- 


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grace that brought me Back to His fold a - gain; Of heights and depths of 
thronged a-bout Him, His sav - ing grace to know; He healed the bro - ken- 
out a mur - mur. The an - guish of the cross; With saints re-deemed in 



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heart-ed. And caused the blind to see; And still His great heart yearneth In 
glo - ry. Let us our voic-es raise. Till heav'n and earth re-ech-o With 

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53 



Jesus Loves Me Still. 



Lizzie DeArmond. 



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2. Tho' so oft' from Him I wan - der, Seek-ing not to do His will, 

3. Good-nes3 I have none to bring Him, Yet I would His plan ful - fill, 






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Spite of all my sin - ful stray-ing, Je-sus loves me, loves me still. 
Well I know He'll not for - sake me, Je-sus loves me, loves me still . 






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It Is Here. 



W. C. Poole. 



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1. The promised pow'r of long a - go, Is here to - day, Is here to- 

2. Un-an-swered pray'rs of oth - er days, Are heard at last, are heard at 

3. The gift of God— sal - va-tion's peace, Is ev - 'ry-where, is ev -'ry- 



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day; With Pen-te - cos - tal flame a - glow, The Spir - it's sway Is 

last; And God has come in won-drous grace— The night is past; For 

where;The shouts of joy from Sin's re - lease. Ring far and near; And 
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sav - ing men all o'er the land, To fol - low in the Lord's com-mand. 
Je - sus in His won-drous way, Is win-ningmen to Him to-day. 
He who was for sin - ners slain, Has come in hearts and lives to reign, 



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I Am Praying for You. 



Ira D. Sanfeey. 






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I have a Fa - ther; to me He has giv - en A hope for e - ter- 
I have a robe: 'tis re -splend-ent in whiteness, A -wait- ing in glo- 
When Jesus has found you, tell oth-ers the sto - ry, That my lov - ing Sav- 

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ni - ty, bless - ed and true; And soon will He call me to meet Him in 
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brightness, Dear fnend could I see you re-ceiv- ing one tool 

glo - ry,And pray'r will be answered— 'twas answered tor you! 

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Pentecostal Power. 



Charlotte G. Homer. 



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1. Lord, as of old at Pen - te - cost Thou didst Thy pow'r dis - play, 

2. For might-y works for Thee pre-pare, And strengthen ev - 'ry heart; 

3. All self con-sume, all sin de-stroy! With ear-nest zeal en - due 

4. Speak,Lord!be- fore Thy throne we wait, Thy prora-ise we be - lieve. 



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Come, take pos - ses - sion of Thine own, And nev - er-raore de - part. 
Each wait - ing heart to work for Thee; Lord, our faith re - new! 
And will not let Thee go un - til The bless- ing we ro-ceive. 

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1. Sav - ior, 'tis a full 

2. As I come in deep 

3. No with-hold-ing— full 

4. Be this theme my song 

5. Oh, the joy of full 



sur-ren - der, All I leave to fol - low Thee; 
con-tri - tion, At this con -se - crat-ed hour, 
con-fess - ion; Pleas-ures, rich - es, all must flee; 
and sto - ry, Now and un - til life is o'er; 
sal - va - tion! Oh, the peace of love di - vine! 




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Hear, Christ, my heart's pe - ti - tion. Let me feel the Spir-it's pow'rl 
Ho - ly Spir - it, take pos-sess - ion! I 
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Better Every Day. 



Alice Horton. 



James M. Blact. 








1. When the shadows dark and drear tempt my soul to doubt and fear, I will look to 

2. how sweet the joy He gives, for with-in my heart He lives! All my heav-y 

3. I* by faith, the face can see of the Lord who died for me, As Hegen-tly 



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bur-dens at His feet I lay; All the bless -ed way a 'long He has 
\7his-per8 to me by the way; I will praise Him ev-er-more, shout Hia 

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way my bit - ter tears, And I love mySav-ior bet-ter ev- 'ry 
filled my soul with song, And I love my Sav - ior bet-ter ev - 'ry 
glo - ry o'er and o'er, For I love my Sav -ior bet-ter ev- 'ry 



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1. From the tow'r-ing hills that rise, Far be - yond the glow-ing skies; 

2. There the saints of ev - 'ry time, Ev - 'ry na- tion, tongue and clime; 

3. They who on the field of life, - ver - come thro' toil and strife; 

4. Thro' the fur - nace they who passed, Tried as gold and pure at last; 

5. When our march of life is o'er, When we wake to sleep no more; 



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Hark! the ev - er-last-ing song, Like an o - cean rolls a - long. 
Gath - er round their lov -ing Lord, More than conqu'rors thro' His word. 
By the tran-quil stream that flows, Rest in peace and calm re -pose. 
An-chored now with - in the vale, Sing of faith that can - not fail. 
May we join that bliss-ful throng. There to learn their ho - ly song. 



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60 O My Soul, Bless Thou Jehovah. 



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2. He will not for - ev - er chide us, Nor keep an 

3. Far as east from west is dis - tant,He hath put 

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He is My SfiepFierd. 



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2. Tho'Imaywalk the shad-ow - y val - ley, Noth-ing can harm me, 

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Jesus Rememtered You. 



ReT. W. C. Pool 



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1. Don'tfor-get Je - sus when long is the way; Don't for-get Je - sus when 

2. Don'tfor-get Je - suslwhen tempted to sin, Trust in His prom - ise— He'll 

3. Don'tfor-get Je - sus, for He tho't of you When you had wandered, when 

4. Don'tfor-get Je - sus, but on Him re - ly! Time, like a riv - er, is 
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help you to win; In all your bat - ties, with-out and with - in, 

you were un - true; Je - sus was faith - ful the whole jour-ney thro', 

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Home of tbe Soul. 



Mrs. Ellen H. Gates. 



Br PERMISSION. 



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1. I will sing you a song of that beau-ti-ful land, The far a - way home 

2. Oh, that home of the soul in my visions and dreams. Its bright, jasper walls 

3. That un-chang-a-ble home is for you and for me, Where Je-sus of Naz- 

4. Oh, how sweet it will be in that beau-ti-ful land, So free from all sor- 




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of the soul, Where no storms ever beat on the glittering strand, While the years 
I can see; Till I fan - cy but thin - ly the vail in-ter-venes Be - tween 
ar-eth stand, The King of all kingdoms for-ev - er is He, And He hold- 
row and pain; With songs on our lips and with harps in our hands, To meet 

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the fair cit -y and me, Be - tween the fair cit - y and me; Till I fan- 
eth our crowns in His hands; And He holdethour crowns in His hands; The King 
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on our lips and with harps in our hands, To meet one an-oth - er a-gain. 






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Gfias. H. Gabriel. 



1. When your path is dark and drear-y, When with care your soul is wea - ry, 

2. When temp-ta - tions shall surround you, Sa-tan's legions shall have found you, 

3. When your way's be - set with dan-ger, You're a pil - grim and a stran-ger, 



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What a bless-ing just to feel that He is there; When all earth-ly friends de- 
What a bless-ing just to feel that He's your Guide;When you reach the si - lent 



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In the Service of the King. 



ReT. A, H Actley. 



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2. I am hap - py in the serv - ice of the King, 

3. 1 am hap - py in the serv - ice of the King, 

4. I am hap - py in the serv - ice of the King, 



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Oh, so hap - py; Thro' the sun-shine and the shad-ow I can sing. 

Oh, so hap - py; To His guid - ing hand for - ev - er I will cling. 

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He Brightens tfce Shadows. 



W. C. Poole. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Jr. 



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1. As the sun-shine on the rain cloud Makes the rain -bow in the sky, 

2. the glo - ry of His pres-ence Shin-ing on the world of sin, 

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drops brightly spar-Kie jn eatn tne sun-snine up 
Paint-ing rain-bows on the shad-ows,When you let the Sav-iour in; 
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Oh the sun-shine of the Mas-ter, How it leaves a glo - ry bright 
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Calvary. 



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2. He stoodcon-demned in Pilate's Hall, He heard the rab-bles' cry; 

3. Lo! Je - sus stands with brok-en heart, With nail-pierced hands and feet; 

4. The Sav - ior stands at thy heart's door Bruised for thy era -el sin; 




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The King with none to own His cause, My cause would not de- ny; 

He points un - to His cross of woe, Where love and mer-cy meet. 

why not - pen wide the door And let Him en - ter in? 
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Tte Old Fashioned Faith. 



Rev. N. A. McAnlay. 



B.D.Ackley. 




1. I am somewhat old fashioned, I know, "When it comes to re-lig-ion and God; 
8. I be - iieve that the Bible is true. Though the critics have torn it a - part, 
3. I be - Iieve our re - lig-ion must be Not a cloak for our mean-ness or shame, 
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All its warnings and mir - a-cles too, I do 'whol - ly ac-cept with my heart. 
But a pow - er from bondage to free, All who trust ia that heav-en-ly name. 




be-lieve in re-pent-ance from sin, And that Jesus with - in us must 
I be-lieve that the Sabbath was made To be sa-cred-ly kept for the 
I am tell-ing the peo-ple each day, That the sm-ner for-ev - er is 



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I be-lieve that if heav-en we win, We must flee from the terrors of 
Andwhenbroken for pleasure or trade We shall miss the e-ter-nal re -ward. 
Who has failed to accept the true way Which was opened at in - fi - nite cost. 




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I Need Tliee Every Hour. 



Mrs. Annie S. Hawks. 



Rev. Robert Lowry. 






1. I need Thee ev- 'ry hour, Most gra - clous Lord; No ten -der voice like 

2. I need Thee ev- 'ry hour, Stay Thou near by; Temp-ta-tions lose their 

3. I need Thee ev- 'ry hour, In joy or pain; Come quick-ly and a- 

4. I need Thee ev - 'ry hour, Most Ho - ly One; make me Thine in- 



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pow'r When Thou art nigh. I need Thee, I need Thee; Ev- 'ry hour I 

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The Tidal-Wave of Grace. 



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2. Praise the Lord! 'tis com-ing, com-ing in its maj - es - ty and might, 

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peace and right-eous-ness to bless the world once more, The ti - dal-wave of 



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2. The brok-en law was charged to me, I could not pay my debt; 

3. The crim-son wave rolled o'er my soul And swept a - way my sin; 



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He sat - is - fled all God's de-mands, Kis good-ness I'll ne'er for - get. 
I'm walk - ing in the bet-ter way, And lead-ing the lost to Him. 



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I Love Jesus. 



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1. I love Je-sus, for He saved my soul; From His cross the tides of 

2. I love Je-sus, for He's al-ways near, Ev - er read - y with a 

3. I love Je-sus when the joy-beams glow; Love Him, when the storm-y 

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tem -pests blow; I will praise Him while the a - ges roll; 



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hear their { song; '"^ Hail to the ra - di - ant throng! If 

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2. He makes the rose an ob - ject of His care, He guides the ea - gle 

3.1 trust in God, for, in the li - on's den....... On bat - tie-field, or 

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thro' the pathless air, And surely He Eemembers me, — My heav'niy 

in the pris-on pen, Thro'praise or blame, Thro'flood or flame,My heav'niy 
guards His lonely sheep; And thro' the gloom He'llleadm6home,My heav'niy 




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, ( Send Thy Spir-it, I be-seech Thee, Gracious Lord, send while I pray; 1 

■ I Send the Com-fort-er to teach me, Guide me, help me in Thy way. i 
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■ \ Now my soul, with joy a-waking, Gropes in fear - ful gloom no more. / 
o ) Mul-ti-tudes, whom Thou art seeking, Seek for Thee this ve - ry hour; [ 

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the bliss! my soul de - clare it. Say what God has done for thee; 
Lo, He comes— the ransomed own Him; This the song I bear them sing;- 

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Tell it out, let oth - ers share it— Christ's sal - va-tion, full and free. 
"In my heart I will enthrone Him, Christ, my Sav-ior Lord and King. 



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All Will Be Rigbt. 



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2. Bro - ken with sor-row tho' you may be, Think not the Lord is un- 

3. Strength may for-sake you, foes may a - larra, Fear not, the f a - ther will 



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mind-ful of thee; With clear-er eye some day you shall see,— Godrules the 

shield you from harm; Trust in His might.and lean on His arm,- God rules the 

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Send tlie Power Again. 



Rev. W. G. Poole. 



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2. There was pow'r by which ev'rytonguecouldBpeak.NewIife-givingpow'rantotha 

3. There was pow'r to set ev'ry cap-tive free And give to Thy servants lib - er- 

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weak.That sent them the wand'ring ones to seek — Lord,8end that pow'r a-gaio. 
ty To speak and to pray and work for Thee — Lord, send that pow'r a-gaio, 
tbere,TilI we in Thy glo - ry seemed to share — Lord.send that pow'r a-gain. 



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The Name of Jesus. 



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2. I love the name of Him v?hose heart Knows all my griefs and 

3. That name I fond - ly love to hear, It nev - er fails my 

4. No word of man can ev - er tell How sweet the name I 



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I Shall Be Ready. 



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2. I shall be read - y, for Him I have trust 

3. Shall His re -turn -ing to you mean a bless 

4. Reign-ing with Him, He has prora-ised^ to make 

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hold Him de - scend from on High, Clothed in His gar-ments of 
tal - ents com - mit - ted to me; Things I once loved, from my 
trem - ble and fall down with fear? How will He find you, de- 
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heart have de -part -ed, Liv - ing in Je - sus my soul ismadefree^ 
ny - ing, con - fess - ing? Seek Him, be - liev - ing, while yet He is near, 
comes back to take me, Rul - er and Lord of the world He has won. 



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1. I have nev ■ er found a friend like Je - sus, So ten-der and so mild, 

2. I have nev - er found a friend like Je - sus, No mat-ter where I go; 

3. I have nev - er found a friend like Je - sus, So faith-ful and so true; 

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1. God, give ear un- to ray cry, And to my pray'r at-tend; Thouhast been a 

2. And when my heart is overwhelmed. And in per-plex - i - ty— Thouhast been a 

3. For Thou hast for ray ref-uge been A shel-ter by Thy pow'r; Thou hast been a 

4. With - inThy tab-er-na-cle I For -ev-er will a - bide; Thouhast been a 



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shel-ter for me; Do Thou me lead un-to the rock That high-er is than I— 


shel-ter for me; And for de-fence a-gainst my foes, Thou hast been my strong tow'r; 


shel-ter for me; And un - dercov-ert of Thy wings. With con-fi-dence will hide; 


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1. The love of the Christ is so pre - cious, That no mor - tal its 

2. He meets ev - 'ry need with the prom - ise, No good things from His 

3. My heart ev • er yearns with a long - ing, To be - hold the great 









wealth can un-fold; His grace is astore-houseof rich - es to me, His 
own to with-hold; So dai - ly I trust m the Cru - ci - fied One, His 
joy of my soul, For - ev - er to dwell in the pres-ence of Him, Whose- 



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2. Hard was my toil to reach the shore, Long tossed up- on the o - cean; 

3. Sink - ing and pant - ing as for breath I knew not help was near rae; 

4. sa-cred hour! hallowed spot Where Love Divine first found rae; 



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A - bove me was the thunder's roar! Be-neath,the waves' com-mo-tion; 
I cried,"Oh, save me, Lord, from death, Im-mor-tal Je - sus, hear me!" 
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Dark-ly the pall of night was thrown A-round me faint with ter - ror; 
Then quick as tho't I felt Him mine, My Sav- ior stood be - fore me. 
And when from earth I rise, to soar Up to my home in heav - en, 



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In that dark hour how did my groan As - cend for years of er - ror. 
I saw His brightness round me shine, And shout-ed"Glo-ry, g!o - ry!' 
Down will I cast my eyes once more, Where I was fir^t for - giv - en. 

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COPYRIGHT. 19!5. BY HOMER A RODEHEAVER. 
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1. Since I came to Je-sus I'm no more a-lone, He is al- wayswith me 

2. In His bless -edserv-ice, I must bear my part; Rescue some poor wand'rer, 

3. Tho' my steps may falter, stormclouds overhead, May new pow'r be giv-en. 



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car - ing for His own; A - ble still to. keep me by His saving might, 
cheer some troubled heart; In His sweet ap-prov - al, find-ing my de -light, 
trust-ing as I'm led; One day He will bring me to the mansions bright. 



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Giv-ing grace sufficient morning,noon and night. 

He is working with me,morning,noon and night. Morning, noon and night. 

And till then I'll praise Him,morning, noon and night. I'm 



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Confidence. 



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1. WalkThou withme, nor let my foot-steps stray A-part from Thee, thro' 

2. Thro' wea - ry years my way hath mi - ry been; My bit - ter tears Thy 

3. No earth - ly foe can give my spir - it fear; No threat'ning woe can 



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out life's thrcat'iiing way;Be Thou my guide, the path I cau-not see; Close to Thy 
pity-ing eye hath seen; My fainting heart hath heard Thy voice divine; My trembling 
quail when Thoa art near; No tempter's snare can turn my steps aside, For, in Thy 

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side, Lord, let me walk with Thee. 

hand asks but to rest in Thine. Dear Sav-ior, let me trust my hand in Thine, 

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A. C. E. 



Keep On Singing. 

COPYRIGHT. 1915, BY HOMER A. ROOEHEAVER. 
INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. 



Adnes G. Ellin^woo J. 






1. Have you grown dis-cour-aged, weary, A - mid the cares of life? Do you 

2. Do you wan-der from the Saviour, xVnd sometimes lose the way? Does the 

3. Hear the Sav-ior gen-tly plead-ing," Come lay your sins on me; I will 
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oft - en grow dis-heart-ened And fal - ter in the strife? Je - sus knows a- 
terapter oft as - sail you And beck-on day by day? Nev - er fear! be 
give you full sal - va-tion, Will par-don, set you free;" Just be- lieve His 



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bout the bur-dens. He'll bear you safe-ly thro'; Then sing a song of 
strong,cour-a-geous. The Lord will sure - ly win; He'll con-quer ev - 'ry 
pre-clous prom-ise, Ac - cept Him for your own; Come sing your psalms of 



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glad-ness,He'll care for you. 

tri - al And save from sin. Keep on sing-ing! The world is bright and fair; 

glad-ness. Be-fore His throne. 

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Tte Unwri^en Gospel. 



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1. There's a gos-pel ac-cord-ing to you, Men are read-ing ev-'ry day; 

2. If men fol-lowed the gos-pel by you, Would it lead them to the Lord? 

3. Are you eas-ing some oth - er one's load By your liv-ing day by day? 

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As they read it ac-cord-ing to you, Do they find the heav'n-ward way? 
If they lived it ac-cord-ing to you,Wouldthey have a great re- ward? 
Are you smoothing the oth - er man's road, Help-ing Him a - long the way? 

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88 



He Knows the Way. 



COPYRIGHT, 1913, BY HOMER A, RODEHEAVER. 



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1. There is a Guide that nev-er fal-ters, And when He leads I can -not stray, 

2. Oft-times the path grows dim and dreary , The darkness hides the cheer-ing ray, 

3. He knows the e - vilsthatsur-round me, The turnings that would lead a-stray, 

4. heart weighed down with nameless anguish, Oguilt-y soul torn with dis-may, 



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For step by step, He goes be - fore me,And marks my path, He knows the way. 
Still I will trust tho' worn and wea - ry,My Sav-ior leads, He knows the way. 
No foes of night can ere con-found me, For Je - sus leads. He knows the way. 
Thine ev-'ry foe. His pow'r will vanquish, Let Je - sus lead. He knows the way. 






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89 



Better Eacli Day. 



Rev. A. B 


COPYRIGHT 19-3. BY 
. Ackley. HOMER A. RODEHEA 


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One Day. 



COPYRIGHT, 1910, BY CHAS H. MARSH. P E. ZARTMANN. OWNER. 
Dr. J. Wilbnr Gbapman. BY PER. CHAS. M. ALEXANDER, 



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2. One day they led Him up Cal-va-ry's mountain, One day they nailed 

3. One day they left Him a - lone in the gar-den, One day He rest- 

4. One day when full- ness of time was fast da wn-ing, One day the stone 

5. One day He's com - ing ! for Him I am long-iug; One day the skies 



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born of a vir - gin, Lived, loved andlabored- 
they hadac-claim'dHim,NowHe is Je-sus- 
keep sa - cred vig - il. Weighted with sins, my 
death He had conquered, Now He's as-cend-ed, 
lov - ed ones bringing; Hope of the hope-less, 



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1. Sing the won-drous love of Je-sus, Sing His mer - cy and His grace; 

2. While we walk the pil-grim path-way, Clouds will o - ver-spread the sky ; 

3. Let us then be true and faith-ful, Trust-ing, serv-ing ev - 'ry day; 

4. On-ward to the prize be-fore us! Soon His beau - ty we'll be-hold; 

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In the man-sions bright and bless-ed He'll pre-pare for us a place. 
But when trav-'ling days are o - ver, Not a shad-ow, not a sigh. 
Just one glimpse of Him in glo - ry Will the toils of life re - pay. 
Soon the pearl- y gates will o - pen, We shall tread the streets of gold, 

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When we all get to heaven, What a day of rejoicmg that will be! 

When we all What a day of rejoicing that will be! 




When we all see Je-sus, We'll sing and shout the victory 

When we all and shout the vie - to-ry, 



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E. E. Henitt. 



A Rainbow On t\\e Cloud. 



COPYRIGHT. 1914. BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 



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2. He whose word rebuked the storm, Now is a - ble to per-forra Ev - 'ry 

3. There's a rainbow on the cloud! Tho' your soul is sor-row-bowed,Liftyour 
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light Pour-ing from a sky of ra-diant blue. 

gain. And the shad-ows ev-er-more de - part. There's a rain-bow on the cloud for 

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E. A. H. 



I Must Tell Jesus. 



COPYRIGHT, 1893. BY THE HOFFMAN MUSIC CO. 



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2. I must tell Je - sus all of my troub - les, He is a kind, com- 

3. Tempted and tried I need a great Sav - ior, One who can help ray 

4. how the world to e - vil al - lures me! how ray heart is 



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bur - dens a - lone, In ray dis-tress He kind - ly will help me, 
pas - sion-ate Friend; If I but ask Him, He will de - liv - er, 
bur - dens to bear; I must tell Je - sus, I must tell Je - sus; 
tempt-ed to sin! I must tell Je - sus, and He will help me 

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He ev - er loves and cares for His own. 

Makesofmy troub-les quick-ly an end. 

He all my cares and sor-rows will share. 

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He Lifted IVIe. 



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1. In lov - ing kind-ness Je - sus came, My soul in mer - cy to re-claim, 

2. He called me long be-fore I heard, Be - fore my sin - ful heart was stirred, 

3. His brow was pierced with many a thorn, His hands by cm - el nails were torn, 

4. Now on a high - er plane I dwell, And with my soul I know 'tis well; 

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And from the depths of sin andshame Thro 'grace He lift - ed me 

But when I took Him at His word,For-giv'n He lift - ed me. 

Whenfrommy guilt and grief, for-lorn, In love He lift - ed me 

Yet how or why, I can - not tell. He should have lift - ed me 

He lift - ed me. 



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His Grace is Satisfying Me. 



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1. My life was drear - y, my soul a - wea - ry, Be - fore I 

2. My best I'm giv - ing, for Je - sus liv - ing, I'm help - ing 

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Tell It Everywhere You Go. 



COPYRIGHT. 1914. BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 



Gbas. H. Gabriel. 






1. If your sins have been for - giv - en you in Je - sus' bless-ed name, 

2. If you've found the Sav-ior pre-cious in your ev - 'ry time of need, 

3. If the love of God is sweet -er than the pleas - ure found in sin, 

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Tell it ev-'ry-where you go; Tell the world that He will always prove He 

Tell it ev-'ry-where you go; There are souls who dwell in darkness whom to 
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seek and find the same, Tell it ev'ry- where you go. 

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2. Sorae-bod - y found me, pol - lut - ed by sin, Some - bod - y 

3. Some-bod - y knock'd at the door of my heart Off - 'ring His 

4. Some-bod - y loves me — and I love Ilim well. But why He 



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J. w. V. 



COPYRIGHT 1914, BY J. W. VAN DE VENTER. 



J. W. Van De Venter. 




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Therecamefrom the skies in the days long a - go The Lord with a 
He came to His ov\n— to the ones that He loved; The sheep that had 
The birds have their nests, and the fox - es have holes, But He had no 
I can - not re - ject such a Sav - ior as He; Dis - hon - or and 



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wan-dereda - stray; They heard not His voice, but the friend of mankind Was 
place for His head; A pal - let of stone on the cold mountain side Was 
wound Him a - gain; I'll go to His feet and re-pent of ray sin, Be 



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2. Won-der-ful pow'r of the pray'r-hearing Lord; Tri - als a claim on His 

3. Won-der-ful pow'r that will guide me a -right, Lead from the shad-ows to 

4. A - ble and will-ing, Sav - ior art Thmi! A - ble and will-ing to 









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2. Keep the vis - ion of the cross bo - fore you, When you bow be-neath a 

3. Keep the vis - ion of the cross be - fore you, When the call for loy - al 



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No Tears Up Yonder 



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1. No tears upyon-der! Godhathspok-eniNo sin, no curse, no cloud-ed way; 

2. No soul un-blest that Isle era-bow-ers; No long - ing there un- sat - is - fled; 

3. No fare-well there! bless-ed mor-row! No go - ing out a - gain to roam; 

4. No tears upyon-der! all are near-er Than here the near-est friend could be; 







y la-dened, no heart bro-ken! E - ter - nal life, e - ter - nal 
No fall-ing leaves, no fad - ing flow-ers. No hope deferred, no joy de- 
No child of sin, no child of sor-row, For there is love, and there is 
No dear - est love will there be dear-er— But more than all is Christ to 



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Irs. Frank A. Breck. 



When Love Shines In, 

COPrRIGHT. 1902 BY WM. J, KIRKPATRICK. 
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2. How the world will glow with beauty.Whenlove shines in; 

3. Dark-est sor - row will glow brighter, When love shines in; 

4. We may have un - fad-ing splendor, When love shines in; 






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joice in du - ty, Whenloveshines in; Tri - als may be sane - ti - fied, 

bur - den light-er, When love shines in; 'Tis the glo - ry that will throw 

true and ten-der, When love shines in; When earth-vic-t'ries shall be won, 



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And the soul in peace a-bide, Life will all be g-lo-ri-fied. When love shines i 
Light to show us where to go; the heart shall blessing know, When love shines i 
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When love shines in. 



Rev. N. A. IMcAolay. 

Sloivly. 



How Gould It Be? 

COPYRIGHT, 1908. BY JOHN P. HILLIS. 



Gfias. H. Marsb. 



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Down in Geth-sem - a - ne, there I be - hold Je - sus, in 

See Hira as - cend the mount, bleed-ing for me. Where thro' the 

Then in the tomb He lay, sleep - ing for me, Till came the 






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Shed oft the bit - ter tear. In love so pure and dear. How could it be? 

He went to Pi-late'shall, Bear-ing the sins of ail, How could it be? 

For me He did a-tone, Dy - ing in shame a - lone, How could it be? 

He con-quer'd all His foes, Then He m glo - ry rose. How could it be? 






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He's tke One. 

COPYRIGHT, 1899 BY HiLL-MACK CO. 



J. B, Mactay. 



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2. Is there an-y - one can help us, when the load is hard to bear, 

3. Is there an-y - one can help us, who can give a sin - ner peace, 

4. Is there an-y - one can help us, when the end is draw-mg near, 



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When the thorns of life have pierced thera till they bleed;One who sym-pa-thiz-es 
And we faint and fall beneath it in a - larm;Who in ten- der-ness will 
When his heart is burdened down with pain and woe; Who can speak the word of 
Who willgo thro' death'sdarkwatersby our side; Who will light the way be- 






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with us, who in won-drous love im-parts Just the ve - ry, ve - ry 
lift us, and the heav - y bur - den share.And sup-port us with an 
par -don that af - fords a sweet re -lease, And whose blood can wash and 
fore us, and dis - pel all doubt and fear, And will bear our spir - its 









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(Welsh Tune-HYFRYDOL) 

ARRANGEMENT COPYRIGHT 1912, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 

HOMER A. RODEHEAVER OWNER. Arr. by Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. Come,Thou Fount of ev - 'ry bless - ing, Tune ray heart to sing Thy grace; 

2. Here I'll raise mine Eb-ea - e - zer; Hith-er by Thy help I'm come; 

3. to grace how great a debt - or Dai - ly I'm con -strained to be! 




Streams of mer-cy, nev - er ceas - ing.Call for songs of loud 

And I hope, by Thy good pleas -ure, Safe- ly to ar - rive at home; 

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Je - sus sought me when a stran-ger, Wand'ring from the fold of God; 
Prone to wan - der,Lord, I feel it, Prone to leave the God I love; 



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Here'smy heart, takeandseal it; Seal it for Thy courts a - bove. 

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1. To vay mem'ry comes a vis - ioo That my heart can ne'er for-get,Of my 
2.'Twas the voice of my dear mother,Fall of love and sym-pa-thy, That so 
3. Tbo' my mother has de-part • ed, Still I feel her spir - it near, As she 



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moth-er, with her tender care for me, For the face of years for-got-ten 
oft ' en cheered my heart when sad and lone.For I felt the need of Je • ens, 
pleads before the Heav'nly Father's throne, And her pray'rs my life shall answer 




Still remains, I see it yet, And her brow reflects the light of cal-va-ry. 

And her constant pray'rf or me Led my wand'ringfootsteps to my Father's home. 

For I long to meet her there, And to see the Christ who boaghtme f or His o wn. 

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Still Sweeter Every Day. 



COPYRIGHT, 1699. BY I 



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2. His glo - ry broke up - on me when I saw Him from a - far; He's 

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fair - er than the lil - y, bright-er than the morn-ing star; He fills and 
folds me to His bosom when I droop with blight-ing grief; I love the 









fan - cy pict-ures in its fairest dreams, and more; Each day He grows still 
sat - is-fies my long-ing spir - it o'er and o'er; Each day He grows still 
Christ who all my bur-dens in His bod - y bore; Each day He grows still 



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sweet-er than He was the day be-fore. The half can-not be 

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2. Here we have dark-ness,Long nights of care; No dark-ness yon - der, 

3. Here we have sor- row, Each one his share; No tears in heav - en, 

4. Here we have cross-es That we must bear; No tri - als yon - der, 

5. That Light up yon-der, Ra-diant and fair. Is Christ, our Sav - ior! 



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Holding On to Jesus. 

COPYRIGHT. 1914. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. I am hold-ing on to Je-sus the' my faith may not be strong, Tho* of 

2. I am hold-mg on to Je-sus tho' the way at times is rough, And I 

3. I am hold-ing on to Je - sus tho' the tempests dash and roar, And the 



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all His own the weak-est I may be; Still my hold I will not loos-en, 

stum-ble where the path I may not see; Still I follow where He leads me, 

har-bor lights I oan but dim -ly see; But the Morn-ing Star is shin-ing. 



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but I'll sing my trustful song,For His mighty hand is hold-ing on to me. 
and I know I cannot stray. While His mighty hand is hold-ing on to me. 
and my anchor's hold is fast, For His mighty hand is hold-ing on to me. 






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2. The' they are slighting Him, Still He is wait-ing, Wait-ing the pen -i - tent 

3. Down in the hu-man heart, Crush'd by the tempter, Feel-ings lie bur - ied that 

4. Res - cue the per - ish - ing, Du - ty de-mands it; Strength for thy la - bor the 

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sin and the grave; Weep o'er the err-ing one, Lift up the fall - en, 
child to re-ceive; Plead with them ear-nest-ly. Plead with them gen - tly; 
grace can re-store; Touch'd by a lov-ing heart, Wak - ened by kind-ness. 
Lord will pro-vide; Back to the nar - row way, Pa - tient - ly win them; 



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Tell them of Je - sus the might-y to save. 

He will for -give if they on - ly be- lie ve. Res - cue the per -ish-ing 

Chords that were bro-ken will vi - brate once more. 

Tell the poorwan-d'rer a Sav - ior has died. 

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2. In the hol-low of His hand, what a peace - ful ref-uge! There the 

3. In the hol-low of His hand He will ev - er keep me, And no 



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are for - got-ten. As a child's when fold-ed to it's moth-er's breast, 
know He'll wake me Just in-side of heav-en's gold' - ea, bor - der-land. 



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COPYRIGHT. 1899. BY W. H. DOANE. RENEWAL. 



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1. Take the name of Je - sus with you, Child of sor-rowand of woe; 

2. Take the name of Je - sus ev - er, As a shield from ev-'ry snare; 

3. the pre-cious name of Je - sus! How it thrills our souls with joy, 

4. At the name of Je -sus bow - ing, Fall -ing prostrate at His feet. 






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It will joy and com-fort give you, Take it then,wher-e'er you go. 
If temp-ta-tions round you gath - er, Breathe that ho - ly name in prayer. 
When His lov - ing arms re - ceive us, And His songs our tongues em-ploy! 
King of kings in heav'n we'll crown Him, When our jour-ney is com-plete. 






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Pre-cious name, how sweet! 

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114 He Threw Out the Life-Line to Me. 



COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY HALL-MACK CO. 



J. E. French. 



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1. I was wrecked on a rock-y and des - o - late shore, Sink-ing 

2. The bil-lows were dash-ing, the waves roll - ing high, No 

3. When all was con - fu - sion midst dark bil - lows' roll, No 

4. And now as I wan-der I sing as I go. His 

5. Your sins like the bil - lows a - round you may rise, And 
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slow - ly be-neath the wild sea; When all of my strug-gles and 

help from the land could I see, When hope had all van-ished and 
light thro' the gloom could I see, By trust-ing Him ful - ly He 
mer - cy is bound-less and free. And tell the glad sto - ry, that 

dan - gers your frail bark pur - sue, There's one who will heed you and 

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ef - forts were o'er,Christ threw out the life-line to me. 

dan - gerwas nigh, Christ threw out the life-line to me. 

res - cued my soul.Christ threw out the life-line to me. He threw out the life- 

oth - ers may know, Christ threw out the life-line to me. 

hear your faint cries, He'll throw out the line-line to you. 









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Songs of Praises. 



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' \l am weak, but Thou art might-y; Hold me with Thy pow'r-iul band; j 

2 JO -pen now the crys-tal fount-ain, Whence the heal - ing wa-ters flow; 1 

* l Let the fier - y, cloud-y pil - lar Lead me all my jour-ney thro';) 
o f When I tread the verge of Jor - dan, Bid my anx - ious fears sub-side; 

• \ Bear me thro' the swell-ing cur-rent; Land me safe on Ca-naan's side; 




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Strong De-liv - 'rer, Strong De-liv - 'rer, Strong De-liv - 'rer, 
of prais - es, Songs of prais - es, Songs of prais - es 

Bread of heav - en. Bread of heav - en. Bread of heav - en. 






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Be Thou still my strength and shield. Be Thou still my strength and shield. 
1 will ev-er give to Thee, I will ev - er give to Thee. 



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Nailed to tte Cross. 



Mrs. Frank A. Breck. COPYRIGHT. 1899. BY TULLAR-MEREDITH CO. Grant Colfax TalUr 

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soul so un-worth-y might live. And the path to the cross He was 
cleans-es my heart of the dross, But "there's no con-dem-na - tion" — I 
joy - ful - ly jour - ney each day, With a song on my lips and a 

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will - ing to tread, All the sins of my life to for-give. 

know I am free, For my sins are all nail'd to the cross. They are nail'd to the cross, 

song in my heart,That my sins have been taken away. 

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Have You Forgotten God? 



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2. Ton are thought - ful of the stran-ger From the pal - ace or the 

3. While His dai - ly grace re - ceiv - ing Are you still His Spir - it 

4. While His boun - ty you're ac - cept-ing, Are you His com-mands neg- 

5. See the shades of night ap - pall - ing, On your path - way now are 








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And the weak you shield from dan-ger— Have you for-got-ten God? 
By a heart of un - be - liev-ing— Have you for-got-ten God? 
And His call to you re-ject-ing— Have you for-got-ten God? 
Hear ye not those voic-es call - ing— Have you for-got-ten God? 



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If Jesus Goes Witti Me. 



COPYRIGHT 1908. BY 



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2. It may be I must car - ry the bless-ed word of life A-cross the burn-ing 

3. But if it be my por -tion to bear my cross at home, While others bear their 

4. It is not mine to ques-tion the judgments of my Lord, It is but mine to 






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sun-shine that I, in peace, a - bide; But this one thmg I know— if 

des - erts to those in sin - ful strife; Andtho' it be my lot to 

bur - dens be-yond the bil-low's foam, I'll prove my faith in Him— con- 

fol - low the lead-ings of His word; But if to go or stay, or 



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it be dark or fair, If Je r sus is with me, I'll go an - y-where! 

bear my col - ors there, If Je - sus goes with me, I'll go an - y-where! 

fess my judgments fair And, if He stays with me, I'll go an - y-where 1 

whether here or there, I'll be, with my Sav - iour, con-»tent an - y-where! 



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Open My Eyes, Ttat I May See. 



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1. - pen my eyes, that I may see Glimpses of truth Thou hast for me; 

2. - pen my ears, that I may hear,Voic-es of truth Thou send-est clear; 

3. - pen my mouth.and let me bear Glad-ly the warm'truth ev-'ry-where; 



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Place in my hands the won-der-ful key That shall un-clasp, and set me free. 
And while the wave-notes fall on my ear, Ev-'ry-thing false will dis - ap-pear. 
- pen my heart, and let me pre-pare, Love with Thy children thus to share. 
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120 The Great Judgment Morning. 

COPYRIGHT. 1894. BY L L. PICKETT. 

Re?. Bert Staddack. COPYRIGHT. i9i4, BY homer a. RODEHEAVER, 



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1. I dreamed that the great judgment morning Had dawned, and trumpet had blown; 

2. The rich man was there, but his mon-ey Had melted and vanished a - way; 

3. The wid-ow was there with the orphans, God heard and remembered their cries; 

4. The mor-al man came to the judgment, But his self-righteous rags would not do; 

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I dreamed that the nations had gathered To judgment be-fore the white throne; 
A pau - per he stood in the judgment. His debts were too heav-y to pay; 
No sor - row in heav-en for - ev - er, God wiped all the tears from their eyes; 
The men who had cru-ci ■ fied Je - sus Had passed off as mor-al men, too, 



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The great man was there, but his greatness When death came was left far behind, 
The gambler was there and the drunkard. And the man that had sold them the drink; 
The soul that had put off sal-va-tion— "Not to-night;!'!! get saved by-and-by; 




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And swore with his hand raised to heaven, That time was no longer to be. 
The an-gel that opened the records,Not a trace of his greatness could find. 
Withthepeo-ple who gave him the license— To-geth-er in hell they did sink. 
No time now to think of re-li - gion!" At last they had found time to die. 



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Pass Me Not. 

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1. Pass me not, gen - tie Sav - ior, Hear my humble cry; While on oth-ers 

2. Let meat a throne of mer - cy Find a sweet re-lief; Kneel-ing there in 

3. Trust-ing on - ly in Thy mer- it, Would IseekThy face; Heal my wounded 

4. Thou, the Spring of all my com-fort, More than life to me, Whom have I on 






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Thou art call-ing, Do not pass me by. 

deep con-tri-tion, Help my un- be-lief. Sav -ior, Sav-ior,Hear my humble cry; 

bro-ken spir - it, Save me by Thy grace. 

earth beside Thee? Whom in Heaj'n but Thee? 



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122 Dwelling in Beulah Land. 

COPYRIGHT, 1911. BY HALL-MACK CO. 
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1. Far a-way the noise of strife up-on my ear is' fall- ing, Then I know the 

2. Far be-low the storm of doubt up-on the world is beat-ing, Sons of men in 

3. Let the storm-y breez-es blow, their cry can-not a - larm me, I am safe-ly 

4. View-ing here the works of God, I sink in con-tem-pla-tion, Hearing now His 



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sins of earth be - set on ev - 'ry hand; Doubt and fear and things of earth in 
bat - tie long the en - e - my with-stand; Safe am I with - in thecas- tie 
shel-ter'dhere, pro-tect-ed by God's hand; Here the sun is al-ways shin-ing, 
bless-ed voice, I see the way He plann'd;Dwell-ing in the Spir - it, here I 

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vain to me are call-ing,None of these shall move me from Beu - lah 
of God's word re-treat-ing,Noth - ing there can reach me-'tis Beu - lah 
here there's naught can harm me, I am safe for - ev - er in Beu - lah 
learn of full sal - va - tion, Glad - ly will I tar - ry in Beu - lah 



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2. She came in fear and trembling be - fore Him, She knew Her Lord had come 

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A - mid the crowd that gathered a-round Him , And straightway she was whole. 
She felt that from Himvir- tue had healed her, The might-y deed was done. 
And peace that passeth all un - der-stand-ing With glad-ness filled her soul. 



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Have Yon a Friend Like That? 



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2. This Friend knows all of my tri - als and grief, He knows just how to send 

3. When oth - er friendships of earth-Iy life fail, When fi - ery darts shall my 

4. When I shall en - ter the val - ley of death, Loved ones are wait-ing for 



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me com - fort give? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

my spir - it free? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

ray gloom a - way? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

the nar - row road? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 




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And who can make me tru - ly live? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

And give me per - feet lib - er - ty? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

And an-swerwhen thro' Him I pray? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 

And give me fel - low - ship with God? No oth - er one but Je - sus! 






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Je - sus, The trumpet call o - bey, Forth to the mighty 
Je - suSj^tand in his strength alone; The arm of flesh will 
Je - sus, The strife will not be long; This day the noise of 






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con-flict, In this his glo-rious day: "Ye that are men now serve him" Against un- 
fail you, Ye dare not trust your own; Put on the gos-pel arm-or,Each piece put 
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Since I Found My Savior. 

COPYRIGHT. 1892. BY JNO. R. SWENEY. 



Jno. R. Sweney. 



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1. Life wears a dif-ferent face to me, Since I found my Sav - ior; 

2. He sought me in His won-drous love. So I found my Sav - ior; 

3. The pass-ing clouds may in - ter - vene, Since I found my Sav - ior; 

4. A strong hand kind - ly holds my own, Since I found my Sav - ior; 




Rich mer - cy at the cross I see. My dy - ing, liv - ing Sav - ior. 
He brought sal-va - tion from a-bove, My dear, al-raight - y Sav - ior. 
But He is with me— tho' un - seen, My ev - er pres - ent Sav - ior. 
It leads me on - ward to the throne, there I'll see my Sav - ior. 



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He Rolled tFie Sea Away* 



Rev. H. ]. Zelley. 



COPYRIGHT, 1896, 



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1. When Is - rael out of bond-age came, A sea be - fore them lay; 

2. Be - fore me was a sea of sin, So great I feared to pray; 

3. When sor-rows dark, like storm-y waves, Were dash - ing o'er my way; 

4. And when I reach the sea of death, For need - ed grace I'll pray; 






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A - gain the Lord in mer - cy came, And roll'd the sea a - way. 

I know the Lord will quick -ly come, And roll the sea a - way. 

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129 K You Want to be Happy, Take Jesus. 



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Tfie Figfct is On. 



Mrs. G. H. M. 



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2. The fight is on, A -rouse, ye sol - diers brave and true! Je - ho - vah 

3. The Lord is lead - ing on to cer - tain vie - to - ry; The bow of 




arms!" is heard a - far and near; The Lord of hosts is march - ing 
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Give Me a Heart Like Tliine. 



COPYRIGHT, 1913. BY HOMER a. ROOEHEAVER. Atr. (r. Major James 0. Cole. 



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2. Give me a love Uke Thine, Give me a love Hke Thine, By Thy 

3. Give me a peace Hke Thine, Give me a peace like Thine, By Thy 

4. Give me a joy Hke Thine, Give me a joy Hke Thine, By Thy 

5. Give me a will Hke Thine, Give me a wiU Hke Thine, By Thy 

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By Thy grace ev-'ry hour, 
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Give me a love like Thine. 
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Ttie Ring's Highway. 



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2. Test - ed, tried and true, has al-ways been this high-way, Lead-ing saints up 

3. This great highway leads from ban-ish-raent and darkness, It is nar-row 

4. Come then, sin- ner,leave the pathwayyou are tread-ing. Let the blood of 

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but its paths are peace, 'Tis the way that leads from all that is de - fil- ing, 
Je-sus cleanse your soul, Come and trav-el with us on this bless-ed high-way; 






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'Tis the road that leads us to the throne. 

And a -pos-tlesin all time have come. We arewalk-ingin theho-Iy high-way. 

To that home where pleasures nev-er cease. 

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133 Singing as tde Days Go By. 

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2. Stead-y and true thro' the sun - ny days, Help-ing my broth-er to 

3. Stead-y and true when the dark-ness falls, Fol-low-ing Christ as my 

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the Sav-ior stood In Pi- late 's judgment hall; 

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Come, give your all in grat - i - tude, Nor leave Him thus a - lone. 



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2. Throw out the Life Line with hand quick and strong: Why do you tar - ry, why 

3. Throw out the Life-Line to dan-ger-fraughtmen, Sink-ing in an-guish where 

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2. His joy will gladden ev-'ry day, Hisbless-ing shine a-long the way, 

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Help the One Next to You. 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 






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2. Help the one next to you, pass-ing a - long, Grive the glad mes-sage, or 

3. Help the one next to you, on - ly be - gin. New fields of ef - fort you'll 

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2. For years in the fet - ters of sin I was bound, The world could not 

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2. Love of Je - sus in its full - ness you may know, And this love to 

3. You will meet with tri - als as you jour-ney home, Grace suf-fi - cient 

4. Let your life speak well of Je - sus ev - 'ry day. Own His right to 




from you nev - er will de - part; Walk the straight and nar - row way, 
those a-round you sweet - ly show; Words of kind - ness al - ways say, 
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He is with you, ev-er nigh, And He'll keep the joy-bells ring-ingin your heart. 
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2.0 the un-search-a-ble rich -es of Christl Who shall their greatness declare? 

3. the un-search-a-ble rich- es of Christl Free- ly, how free-ly, they flow; 

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2. Trouble can-not harm me when I trust in Him, O'er life's rugged road I 

3. When my feet grow weary and the path grows dim, Je-sus knows the way I 

4. When at last my journey here on earth shall end, I shall see the cit - y 




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COPYRIGHT. 1898. BY W. E. M. HACKLEMAN. 



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2. Lightsup-onthehomeland shore giveyouwarn-ing o'er and o'er, You are 

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A Trust Song. 



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2. If God send the shad-ow, As He sends the sun, There's a pur -pose 

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in it, So — His will be done! Trust Him.never doubting, Trust Him come what 

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Christ Is AIL 



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2. 1 stood be -side a dy - ing bed, Where lay a child with ach - ing 

3. 1 saw the mar - tyr at the stake. The flames could not his cour -age 

4. I saw the gos - pel her - aid go To Afric's sand arid Greenland's 

5. I dreamed that hoar - y time had fled, And earth and sea gave up their 

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shake, Nor death his soul ap- pall; I asked him whence his strength was 
snow, To save from Sa-tan's thrall: Nor home nor life he count - ed 
dead, A fire dissolved this ball; I saw the church's ran - som'd 
say; The Bride re-peats the call; For He will cleanse your guilt - y 




whence Her help-les9 wid-dow-hood's de-fence. She told me, "Christ was all. 
May, And as his spir - it passed a - way. He whispered, "Christ is all." 
giv'n— He look'dtri-umph-ant-ly toheav'n,And answered, "Christ is all." 
dear, Midst wants and per - ilsownedno fear, He felt that, "Christ is all." 
throng, I heard the bur - den of their song, 'Twas"Christ is all in all." 
stains, His love will soothe your wea-ry pains, For "Christ is all in all." 
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2. Wearied by the bur-den of the toil-some way? Just a talk with Je- sua 

3. Are you tried and tempt-ed? He was tempted, too, But He won the bat-tie 

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bright-ens ev -'ry day; Help the reap-er gath - er in the gold-en grain, 
and will win for you; Rest up - on His prom-ise, trust His lov - ing care; 
though un-seen, is nigh; Still the sun is shui-mg, still His love en-dures, 



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On your pilgrim journey, Je-sus is your guide. 

Knowing that your labors can-not be in vain. 

Take the Ho-ly Spir - it with you ev - 'ry-where. Ev - er pres-ect Sav - ior, 

And the pray 'r of faith His blessing still se-cures. 



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Awake! Arise. 



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2. A-wake thou that sleep-est, God's call comes loud and clear, The 

3. A-wake thou that sleep-est, gird on the Spir - it's sword, The 
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Tlie Gate of Blessing. 



Lacia B. Coot. 



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2. Tho' I'm heavy lad- en I will not de-spair, Tri-als are a blessing, 
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if they lead to pray'r; When with many bur-dens I am sore op-pressed, 
free-ly en • ter there; Are you poor and needy? Seek the Lord to - day, 

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When the life is lone-ly, then we look to Him. 

Then I go to Je-sus for the promised rest. At the gate of blessing Je-sus 
For the gate of blessing o - pens when we pray, 
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All Wto Will Believe, 



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soul a - stray:— Je - sus saves all who will be - lieve. 

hope and cheer: — Je - sus saves all who will be - lieve. Je-sus saves all who 

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2. Oh, how sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just to trust His cleansing blood; 

3. Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Je - sus, Just from sin and self to cease; 

4. I'm so glad I learn'd to trust Thee, Precious Je - sus, Sav-ior, Friend; 



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Just in sim - pie faith to plunge me 'Neath the heal- ing, cleansing flood. 
Just from Je - sus sim-pIy tak - ing Life and rest, and joy and peace. 
And I know that Thou art with me, Wilt be with me to the end. 

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156 Conquer in ttie Savior's Name. 

COPYRIGHT. 1915. BY HOMER a R0DEHE4VER. 

Tfioro Harris. international copyright SECUhED. Kem G. Bottorf. 

1. We've en - list - ed in the fight, Loy-al sol-diers of God t.nd the right; 

2. All our trust is in the word Of King Je- sus, our Mas-ter and Lord, 

3. Soon up- on the plains of light, All ar-rayed in pure gar-ments of white, 



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And thro' faith in Him a -lone we vie - to - ry claim! 

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We love our Cap-tain's cause And o - be-di-ent un -to His laws, 
He loves the faith -ful few. Loves the tried, the cour-a-geous and true, 
Our joys will be com-plete. When we of - fer our crowns at His feet, 



D. S.-TFe'resurj to gain the day, For His prom-ise en - dur-eth for aye. 

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As sol- diers for the right. We're 

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bound to win the fight, To tri-umph o-ver per-se-cu-tion and flame; 

bound to win the fight, thro' t he Lamb, 



157 True-Hearted, Wtole-Hearted. 



R. Haverttal. 



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2. True-hearted, whole-heartedjfull-est al -le-giance,Yield-ing henceforth to our 

3. True-hearted, whole-hearted,Sav-ior all glo-rious I Take Thy great pow-er and 



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in Thy strength we will bat-tie for Thee. 

ly and joy-ous - ly now would we bring. Peal out the watch-word! si - lence it 

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1. There is a Shepherd who caresforhisovm.And he is mine; Noth-ing am 

2. Je - sus left heav-en my Sav-ior to bC; And he is mine; I am not 

3. There is a Com-fort-er come from a-bove, He» too, is mine, Coming to 



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worth all he suffered for me, But he is mine: Tho' I'm not worthy he 
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I'm a Pilgrim. 



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tar - ry but a night! Do not de - tain me, for I am go - ing 
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I Never Loved Jesus as Now. 



Herbert Boffam. 



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my soul's bit - ter strife. And I thought I could nev - er re - joice more than 
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drawn In - to clos - er re - la - tion with Him, And I love Him more 




cur-rent that comes from the throne, And con-nects with this glad heart of mme. 
pre-cious I say from my heart. That I love Him bet-ter far to - day, 
dear - ly when tri - al is o'er. For I've vic-t'ry thro' His grace ev'ry time. 



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A - maz-ing pit - y, grace un-known, And love be - yond de - gree! 
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3. E - li - jah's God still lives to-day, And an-swers still in pow-er; 






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Trusting Jesus, That is All. 

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1. Simp - ly trust - ing ev - 'ry day, Trust-ing thro' a storm -y way; 

2. Brightly doth His Spir - it shine In - to this poor heart of mine; 

3. Sing - ing, if my way is clear; Pray-ing, if the path is drear; 

4. Trust-ing Him while life shall last. Trust - ing Him till earth is past; 






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While He leads I can - not fall, Trust-ing Je - sus, that is all 

If in dan - ger, for Him call, Trust-ing Je - sus, that is all 

Till with - in the jas - per wall, Trust-ing Je - sus, that is all 

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Face to Face. 



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2. On- ly faint-iy now I see Him, With the dark-ling veil be-tween; 

3. What re - joic-ing in His pres-ence, When are ban-ished grief and pain! 

4. Face to face— bliss-ful mo-ment! Face to face to see and know; 



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When with rapt - ure I be - hold Him, Je-sus Christ who died for me? 
But a bless - ed day is com - ing, When His glo - ry shall be seen. 
When the crooked ways are strai?ht-ened, And the dark things shall be plain! 
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I Am Ready, Are You? 



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COPYRIGHT. 1891 BY JNO, R. SWENEY. 

Fanny J. Crosby. used by per. of mrs. l. e sweney. 



Jno. R. Sweney. 






1. When ray life work is end - ed, and I cross the swell-ing tide, When the 

2. the soul-thrill-ing rapture when I view His bless-ed face, And the 

3. the dear ones in glo - ry, how they beck-on nie, to come, And our 

4. Thro' the gates to the cit - y, in a robe of spot-less white He will 



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part-ing at the riv-er I re - call; Tothesweet vales of E-den they will 
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sing my wel-come home; But I long to meet my Sav - ior first of all. 
min - gle with de-light; But I long to meet my Sav - ior first of all. 



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He Did So Much For Me, 



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Its praise to Him is bring - ing A - new each hap - py day. 



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Ttie Haven of Rest. 



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2. I yield - ed my - self to His ten - der em-brace, And faith tak-ing 

3. The song of my soul.since the Lord made me whole, Has been the old 

4. Howpre - ciousthe tho't that we all may re - dine, Like John the be- 

5. come to the Sav - ior.He pa - tient-ly waits To save by His 

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hold of the Word, My fet-ters fell off, and I anchored my soul; 
sto - ry so blest, Of Je - sus, who '11 save who-so-ev - er will have 
lov-edand blest, On Je-sus'strongarm,whereno tempest can harm,- 
pow-er di - vine; Come, an-chor your soul in the"Ha-ven of Rest," 






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Once For All. 



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vides a per-fect sal - va-tion;"Come un - to Me," 0, hear His sweet 
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Everywhere I Go. 



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Just Abide. 



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2. Is the life's song min- or? Just a - bide; And the night long, 

3. Is the day's heat blight-ing? Just a - bide; And the worn feet 

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sky is grey and drear-y; Just a - bide, and keep on a - bid 
sun is some-where shin -ing, Just a - bide, and keep on a - bid 
soul with rapt - ure fill -ing; Just a - bide, and keep on a - bid 






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l.'Mid the lightning's lu - rid flash, And the thunder's start-ling crash There are 
2. 'Mid the breakers near the coast They will sure- ly all be lost, If the 

3. Yes, the line that we will use. Is the one the Sav - ior chose. With the 

4. When the storms of life are past, And we're land-ed safe at last, We shall 
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voic - es call-ing loud for help - ing hands; Shall we nev - er heed their cry? 

sig - nal is not fol-lowedfor a guide; my broth-er, lend a hand, 

scar - let thread so nice - ly in - ter-twined; It is strong and sure, and saves 

greet each oth - er by the crys - tal sea, There no waves of troub - le roll; 

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Try to help them safe to land, Throw a line that reach-es to the oth - er side. 
Souls that strug-gle 'mid the waves, Throw it out to all the per-ish-ing you find. 
There is joy in ev - 'ry soul, Saved by Je-sus' blood to all e-ter-ni-ty. 



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Where He Leads Me. 



B. W. Blandly. COPYRIGHT. 1890. 



S, NORRIS. USED BY PERMISSION. 



J. S. Norris. 



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1. I can hear my Sav - lor call-ing, I can hear my Sav - ior call - ing, 

2. I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll go with Him thro' the gar - den, 

3. I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, I'll go with Him thro' the judg-ment, 

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I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll go with Him, with Him all the way. 
I'll go with Him thro' the judg-ment, I'll go with Him,with Him all the way. 
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Miss Florence G. Armstvong. 



Ot, to be Over Yonder 

?IGHT, 1881, BY GEO. C. STESBINS. 



Geo. G. Stebbins. 



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2. Oh, to be o - ver 

3. Oh, to be - ver 

4. Oh, when shall I be 

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Tho' lone - ly here I wan - der. 



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Why clings my poor, weak sin - ful Heart to an - y earth - ly thing; 
In tri-umph-ant hal - le - lu - jahs, Make the vault-ed heav-ens ring? 
Yearning for the wel-come sum-mer— Long -ing for the bird's fleet wing; 



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Herbert BaHam. 



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1. Would you know the se-cret of the per-fect life Would you be vic-tor-ious 

2. Youth is full of hope and crowned with gold-en dreams, Till the cloud of trou-ble 

3. Ask your-self the ques-tion"What would Je-sus do?"If you wait Hewillmake 
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in your dai - ly strife?Do you seek to al - ways glo - ri - fy your King, 
comes and in - ter-venes;Do not wait un- til you feel sin's bit - ter sting- 
plain His will to you ;Thenwhat-e'er the out-come, you can al -ways sing, 
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In thy youth let Christ be first in ev - 'ry-thing. 
If you just let Christ be first in ev- 'ry-thing. 
You'll be glad you placed Him first in ev-'ry-thing. 




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2. All the way my Sav-ior leads me.Cheers each wind-ing path I tread; 

3. All the way my Sav-ior leads me; the ful - ness of His love! 

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Send tde Light 



G. H. G. 



COPYRIGHT. 1890. BY CHAS. 



Cfias. e. Gatriel, 



1. There's a call comes ring-ing o'er the rest-less wave, "Send the light] 



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2 . We have heard the Ma - ce - do - nian call to-day, " Send the light ! 

3. Let us pray that grace may ev-'ry-where a-bound, "Send the light! 

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2. My soul is night, 

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feel: For light, for life, I must ap - peal In sim-ple faith to Je - sus. 
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COPYRIGHT PROPERTY OF MARY RUNYON LOWRY. 



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2. Let those re - fuse to sing Who nev-er knew our God; But children of the 

3. The hill of Zi - on yields A thou-sand sacred sweets, Before we reach the > 

4. Then let our songs a-bound, And ev-'ry tear be dry; We're marching thro' Im- 

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heav'n-ly King, But chil-dren of the heav'nlyKing, May speak their joys abroad, 
heav'n-ly fields. Before we reach the heav'nly fields. Or walk the gold-en streets, 
manuel'sgroundjWe're marching thro' Immanners ground, To fair - er worlds on high, 

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And thus surround the throne. 

May speak their joys abroad. We're marching to Zi-i 

Or walk the gold-en streets. 

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181 



The Church in the Wildwood. 




1. There's a church in the val-ley by the wild-wood, No lev - li - er 

2. How sweet on a clear, Sab-bath morn-ing, To list to the 

3. There, close by the church in the val - ley, Lies one that I 

4. There, close by the side of that loved one, 'Neath the tree where the 



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place in the dale; No spot is so dear to my child-hood As the 
clear ring-ing bell; Its tones so sweet-ly are call - ing. Oh, 
loved so well; She sleeps, sweet-ly sleeps 'neath the wil - lows; Dis- 
wild flow-ers bloom, When the fare-well hymn shall be chant - ed, I shall 
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182 



Let God Use ¥ou. 



Rev. A. H. Actley. 



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1. Let God use you to tell the old, old sto - ry; Go let thy love for 

2. Let God use you! list - en to His plead-ing, "I free - ly gave my 

3. Let God use you! He can if you are will - ing; Let Je - sus fill you 



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way-ward souls be shown; There is some heart that needs a friend like Je - sus, Some 
life to set you free;" Is there no need of love I ought to ren - der For 
with His might-y pow'r; Youthen will find a joy in help-ing oth - ers, And 



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sin-sick soul that stumbles on a-lone. 

all the sac - rl-fice He made for me? Let God use you, for so 

grow in grace and knowledge hour by hour. Let God use you, for 






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precious souls are dying! Tell them of Him who saves with-out de-lay; 



Je - sus life sup-ply - ing. Let God use you to winsome one to-day. 

The blood of Je - sus is new life sup-ply-ing. Use you to win some one to-day. 



Ine blood of Je - sus is new life sup-ply-ing. Use you to wm some one to- 



(183 Wandering Child, Come Home. 



KemG. Bottorf. 

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1. Have you wandered a-way from your Father's care, Heav-y heart-ed and 

2. Is your frail bark a-drift on life's rag - ing sea, Are you tossed on its 

3. He is plead-ing to-day, heed His gen - tie voice, As He bids you no 

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bil-lows and foam? There's a safe har-bor home,wait-ing now for you— 
long-er to roam, To that dear Father's house haste with-out de - lay — 



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184 



The Wayside Cross. 



COPYRIGHT. 1884. BY H. R. PALMER. 
C. L. St. Jotn. USED BY PERMISSION. 

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2. "Which way shall I take?" for the bright gold-en span That bridges the 

3. "See the lights from the palace in sil - ver - y lines, How they pen -oil the 

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rests on the hill. But be-tween us, a stream li - eth sul-len and chill. 

me! if I knew— The night is so dark, and the pass-ersso few." 

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Just Outside the Door. 



James Rowe. 



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1. Oh, wea - ry soul, the gate is near, In sin why still a - bide? 

2. For - give - ness Je - sus will ira-part— To save your soul He died; 

3. The day of life is pass-ing by, Soon night your soul will hide; 

4. Come in, be free from chains of sin, Be glad, be sat - is - fied; 

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Both peace and rest are wait-ing here And you are just 'Out-side. 
How can you still of - fend His heart, By stay - ing just out-side? 
And then "too late" will be your cry. If you are just out-side! 
Be - fore the tem-pest breaks, come in. And leave your past out-side. 
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Sometime, Somewhere. 




COPYRIGHT. 1913. BY THE RODEHEAVER CO. 



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1. An - gels are al - ways sing - ing, Somewhere, scrt*«rrtpty, Joy-bells are 
»-2. Peace like a riv - er is flow - ing, Somewhere, somewhere, God His full 
3. Home is a-wait-ing God's chil - dren, Somewhere, somewhere, Bright golden 









er ring-ing,Some-where,some^«lTCre;Somewherethe sun is shin -ing, 
pardon be-stow-ing,Some-where,some/here; - ver the hill-tops of glo - ry, 
crowns will be given, Some-where,somewhere;Then the glad harps will be sounding 






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Shine the fair streets of gold; Won - der-ful,won-der-ful sto - ry , Nev - er has 
Round the white throne on high; Heav-en with prais-es re-sounding, Nev-er-more 






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sky be bright. 

half been told. Some-time, . . . Som^-where, God will make all come 

pain or sigh. Some-time, ' Some- where, 

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right, come righl. Sometime, somewhere, np there. 



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2. Tho' I for-get Him and wan-der a - way, Still He doth love me wher 

3. Oh, if there's on - ly one song I can sing, When in His beau - ty I 

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ev - er I stray; Back to His dear lov - ing arms would I flee, 
see the Great King, This shall my song in e - ter - ni - ty be: 



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Looking On the BrigRt Side. 



Geordie Tillman Snead. 



COPYRIGHT. 1914, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 



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1. Look-ing on the bright side, trusting all to Him; Lean-ing on the Sav-ior 

2. Look-ing on the bright side, ev-'ry pass-ing day, We can cheer a trav-'ler 

3. Look-ing on the bright side, tho' the shadows fall, God, with-in the shad-ow 



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when the light is dim; Tho' the way be thorn-y and the mountain steep, 

on the nar-row way; We can tell the sto - ry, tell of Rim our Guide, 

watches o - ver all; He is near His chil-dren, shields from ev-'ry foe, 

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Look-ing on the bright side, God the soul will keep. 

Who was for a world of sin-ners era - ci-fied. Look-ing on the bright side 

Gives them peace and comfort in this world be-low. 




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bright side, see all bane and blight.Care and pain and sorrow passing out of sight. 






189 



Editb Sanford Tillotson. 



Pure Wtiite Ribbons! 

COPYRIGHT. 1913. BY HOMER A. ROOEHEAVER, 



Bomer A. Roieheaver. 



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2. They will drive strong drink a- way, Pure white ribbons! They will sure-ly win the 

3. They make stalwart men and strong, Pure white ribbons! And they help the world a- 












too? Pure white ribbons! They are em-blems of a band That is work-ing 
day. Pure white ribbons! They will right the wrongs we bear. Drive out pov - er 
long. Pure white ribbons ! They make sin and suffring cease, They bring hap - pi- 




hand in hand, And for tem-per - ance they stand. Pure white rib-bonsl 
ty and care, So we're ver - y proud to wear Pure white rib-bonsl 
ness and peace. Make pros - per - i - ty in-crease. Pure white rib-bons! 



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190 



Tte Heavenly Stranger. 



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2. No JBb - i - lant clang of re - joic -ing bell The glo-ri - ous news to the 

3. All hailtoThee,Je-sus,ThouHo-ly One! All hail to Thee, Je-susl Je- 



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fair form dressed; He lay in a man-ger, this heav-en - ly Stranger, The 
world did tell; But an-gels from glo - ry sang sweet-ly the sto - ry Of 
ho - vah's Son; While an - gels a-dore Thee,we'llwor-ship be-fore Thee, Our 






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Bethlehem's Stranger, the Sav-ior of men. t^e'll wor-ship be - fore Thee, 
bless-ed Mes-si-ah, our Sav-ior and Kmg. 




so gen-tle and mild, Tho' born in a man - ger, the 

and praise and a - dore Thee, 




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Swing Song. 



RJ..I. « C J T.ll COPYR'GHT. K:0 BY 4CKLEY t ROOEHEJVER 

Edith Santord iiUotson. homer a. rodemeaver owner. 

1. Who wants to travel to Tree Top Land?Who wants to ride with a jol - ly band? 

2. Who wants to see where the Robin lives?Who wants the pleasure that flying gives? 

3. Who wants a peep intoCloudiand bright?Who wants to follow the sunbeams' light? 

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Who loves to hear what the soft breezes sing! Come then with us in the swing! 
Come then,the fare is the song that we bring,Come take a trip in the swing! 



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ring - mg; Light and free as the brids are we! 0, thejoy of swing-mgl 

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Swing, Little Blossoms. 



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2. Swing,lit-tleblos-soms, the sun-beams and shad-ows Are play-ing at hide and 

3. Swing,lit-tleblos-soms, each gold-en heart lift-ing, Filled with the morn-ing light 



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dew-y and sweet, Lift up your heads, lo, the warm winds are call - ing, 
seek, hap-py'and free. Flit the wild birds, as they sing, o'er the mead-ows, 
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Francis McKinnon Morton. 



Working Together. 

COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY CHAS. H. G4BR1EL. 



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2. If some lit - tie rose - bud, so pink and fair, Should say that she 

3. If some lit - tie bird in the tree top tall Re - fus - es to 

4. If some lit - tie child— oh, I hope not you— Should say that he 

5. Then is it not bet - ter to do our share, Each one in his 



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Then some lit - tie boy, or a girl so dear, Would 
Then life will be sad - der for each and all Who 
Then some one that loves you, so kind and true, Must 
Then the birds and chil-dren, and sun-beams fair Will 



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dark-ness would droop and pine, 
miss all its sweet per-fume. 
pass thro' the wood-land way. 
grieve for it all the while, 
be withtheflow'rssogay. 
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as a solo by a different child, and all joining in the chorus. 



194 



All We Can. 



Baldor LUenaa. 




1. On 

2. On 

3. On 

4. On 

5. On 



ly lit- tie hands have we, But we do our best, 
ly lit -tie feet have we, Walk-ing day by day, 
ly lit-tle tongues have we, But we will em-ploy 

■ ly lit - tie ears have we. But we glad - ly hear 

■ ly lit-tle hearts have we, But we free - ly give 



We would use them 
Where the Mas-ter 
Them in speak-ing 
That sweet sto - ry 
Them to Je - sus 



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for the Lord, He will do the rest, 
lead-eth us In the nar-row way. 
for the Lord— That will be our joy, 
of the love Of our Sav-ior,dear. 
that we may Al-ways for Him live. 

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Jewels. 



W. O. Cashing. 




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When He com-eth,whenHe com-eth To make up His jew - els, 
All His jew-els, pre-cious jew-els, His loved and His \Omit. .] 
will gath-er, He will gath-er The gems for His kingdom; 
the pure ones, all the bright ones,His loved and His [OmzL .] 
tie chil-dren, lit-tle cliil-dren, Who love their Ke-deem - er, 
the jew - els, pre-cious jew - els; His loved and His[ Omit. .] 



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Like the stars of the morning, His bright crown a-dorn-ing, 

They shall shine in their beauty, [ Omit ] f Bright gems for His croirn. 



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196 

Miriam E. Arnold. 



Busy For Jesus. 



Clias. H. Gabriel, Jr. 



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1. Je - sus wants these lit - tie i feet, Read - y for His serv - ice sweet; 

2. Je - sus wants 3 each lit-tle ear. Quick His words of love to hear, 

3. Je - sus wants these lit - tie 5 eyes, Filled with glad-ness from the skies, 

4. Je - sus wants this lit - tie e heart. Wants it all, not jus t a part; 



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Lit - tie 2 hands He needs you, too. Deeds of love for Him to do. 

And these 4 lips to speak and sing. Tell - ing oth - ers of my King 

And to read the Bi - ble, too; There I learn His will to • do. 

7 Now I give it all to Thee, Je - sus, for You first loved me. 



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Shin - ing like the sun's bright ray, Driv-ing all the clouds a - way. 

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6 Place hands on heart; 7 Raise eyes and let two last lines be used as a prayer. 



197 



Song To the Flag. 



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1. Ban - ner bright with thy col - ors shin - ing o'er us, 

2. Crim - son bars, you can speak to us of cour - age, 

3. Star-gemmed flag, may thy chil - dren long re - mem - ber. 



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Ley - al blue, may our 
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see thee wave a - bove us 
lives in truth be ground - ed 
wor - thy of thy keep - ing, 



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Free - dom's sign art thou o - ver land, o - ver sea: 

So we'll wear our col - ors while time shall en - dure: 

May we show thee hon - or, de - vo - tion and praise. 

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The House That Stood the Storm. 






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"Who - SO -ev - er hear - eth these say- ings of mine, Who-so-ev-er 
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hear - eth these say - ings of mine, and do - eth them well, and 







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do-eth them well, 



shall be lik-ened un-to a foolish man, which built his 
shall be lik-ened un-to a wise man, which built his 



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house up - on 



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fell!.. 



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1. All hail thepow'r of Je - sus'namel Let men and an -gels loud pro-claim 

2. All hail thepow'r of Je - sus' name! To seek and save the lost He came 

3. All hail the pow'r of Je - sus' name! Mine,mine shall be the tears of shame 



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The won-ders of His works and ways, And raise to Him un - end- ing praise; 

To earth a Stranger, and un-known, A ran-som for His lov'd,His own; 

That such a Sav - ior was de - nied.Was scourgcil,condemned and cru-ci - tied; 



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He built the heav'ns,the stars He made;By Him was earth's foun-da-tion laid; 
He came to break the bonds of sin, Our souls from Sa-tan's pow'r to win; 
Yet, bless-ed news— He lives a-gain! The pow'rs of dark-ness were in vain! 




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Be - fore Him let all na-tions fall, And crown Him Lord of all; And 
He speaks— hear His right-eous call. And crown Him Lord of all; And 
Let all the earth His name ex - tol. And crown Him Lord of all; And 



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Lord of all, Lord of all, Crown Him Lord of all,and crown Him Lord of aU! 



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Lord of all. Lord of all! And crown Him Lord of all! 



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Crown Him! crown Him! Hon-or,love and mer-cy 

Won • der • fol is He! wis-dom, pow'r and ma - jes - ty, Hon - or, love, and 



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un - to Him be - long; Crown Pirn! 

mer - cy a - lone to Him be - long: All earth shall yet be - fore Him fall, 

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Crown Him! Praise Him with a glad tri-umph-ant song, 

na - tion Tshall ex - tol Him in praise with glad tri - umph-ant song, For 



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Shall crown Him Lord of all. 

I Lord of all. 



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200 Master, the Tempest is Raging. 

USED BY PER. OF H, R. PALMER. OWNER OF COPYRIGHT, 






1. Mas-ter, the tem-pest is rag - inglThe bil-lows are toss - ing high! 

2. Mas-ter, with an-guish of spir - it I bow in my grief to - day; 

3. Mas-ter, the ter - ror is o - ver, The el - e-ments sweet - ly rest; 






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The sky is o'er-shadowed with blackness, No shel- ter or help is nigh; 
The depths of my sad heart are troubled— 0, wak- en and save, I pray; 
Earth's sun in the calm lake is mir - rored, And heav-en's with-in my breast 






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Car - est Thou not that we per - ish? How canst Thou lie 



a - sleep, 

Tor-rents of sin and of an - guish Sweep o'er my sink - ing soul; 
Lin - ger, 0, bless - ed Re-deem - er! Leave me a -lone no more; 



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When each moment so mad-ly is threat'ning A grave in the an - gry deep? 
And I per-ish! I per-ish! dear Mas - ter hast - en, and take con - trol. 
And with joy I shall make the blest har-bor, And rest on the bliss - ful shore. 



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The winds and the waves shall o-bey Thy will, Peace be still! 

Peace, be still. peace, be still! 



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Master, tfie Tempest is Raging. 

Wheth-er the wrath of the storni-tosssd sea, Or de-rnons or men, or what 

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ev - er it be, No wa-ters can swal-low the ship where lies The 






Mas - ter of o - cean, and eai 



Mas -ter of o - cean, and earth, and skies; They all shall sweet-Iy o 






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sweet - ly o - bey Thy will. Peace, peace, be still! 









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Awatening Cboms. 



CKarlotte G. Hon 



Ghas. H. Gabriel. 



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A-wake! a-wake! 

Ring out! ring out! 

Ring out! ring out! 



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and sing the bless - ed sto - ry; A- 
bells of joy and glad - ness! Re- 



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jraise a-rise; A - wake! a- 
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wake! the earth is full of glo - ry, And light is beam - ing 

a-wake! And lieht is beam-ing 

earth shallloseits weight of sad - ness, And shout a - new the 

the earth, _____ And shout a - new 



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frona the ra-diant skies; The rocks and rills, the vales and hills re-sound with 
lo - ri - ous re-frain; With an-gels in the heights sing of the great sal- 



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glad-ness,All na - ture jobs to sing the triumph song. The Lord Je- 

va - tion He wrest - ed from the hand of sin and death. 

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and sin is back-ward liurled! Re - joice! 

sin is backward harled! 



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Je - ho - vah reigns! 



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to all the world, And 

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un-furled! Je - ho - 

un-farled! Je - ho - vah reigns! Je ■ 



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ho - vah reigns! 




202 

Gbarlotte G. Homer 



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Ttie Everlasting Father. 

COPrRiGHT. 1914. BV CHiS. H. GABRIEL 



Ghas. H. Gabriel. 






1. Won-der-ful, (Won-der-ful.) Coun-sel-lor,(Coun-sel-lor,) Ev - er-last-ing Father, 

2. MightyGod, (Might -y God.) King of kings,(Kincof kings,) Whither shall we goto 






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Prince of Peace, We revere, (We re-vere,)we a - dore (We a- dore) Thee, Thy 
hidefrornThee?Iathedepths,(inthedepths)intheheights,(in the heights. )In the 



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ho - ly name we love; For-ev - er we will Mag-m-fy,( Mag- ni -fy.) glo-ri- 
vast un-bounded space Thou art a-bid-ing! Worlds nnknoffn( worlds unknown) hear Thy 

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fy (glo - ri - fy) Thee,and never shall our praises cease Till we stand (xiii we stand) 
voice (hear Thy voice) And o-bey, as did the angry sea; Ho-ly One,(Ho-iy One.) 



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The Everlasting Father. 



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face to face, (face to facejwitb Thee in our home above, 
matchless One, (matchless One,)show Thy reconciling face. 



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While we journey be 
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Thine are we; (and Thine are we; )Our allegiance give we to Thee; (we give to Thes;) Breathe od 
Thou our guide, (be Thou our guide,) While we travel.walk by our side, (walk by our sideJLfadus 



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us, liv-ing Breath Divine, and make us wholly Thine, (yes, whol-Iy Thine, )Thoa didst 
where green pastures grow. And living waters gently flow, (where wa-ters flow;)Be our 



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hear our cry of distress, (in our distress,) And to save, redeem and bless, (redeem and bless.) 
Gnardian, be Thou our Friend, (be Thou our Friend,) All our days do Thouat-tend, (do Thou attend,) 



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Full harmony. 



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Didst come to earth to bleed and die To save e - ven such as 

Sus - tain us, love and keep us, Lord, We trust in Thy ho - ly Word. 



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Onward to Victory. 



Mrs. G. H. Morris. 






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1. On-ward to vie - to - ry, sol-dier8 true and loy-al, Christ our Cap-tain 

2. Out on life's bat-tie field, Sa-tan's hosts as - sem-ble And no com-prom- 

3. On-ward to vie - to - ry, keep your ban-ners fly-ing. Up - on ev - 'ry 






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bids us hast - en to the fray; 
ise we'll make with sueh a foe; 
moun-tain-top,and hill and vail; 



On-ward to vie - to - ry 'neath His 
At God's eomraanding voice, hell's foan- 
On - ward to vie - to - ry, sin and 



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da-tions trem - ble, While His hosts from conqu'ring un - to con-quest go. 
hell de - fy - ing; Ju-dah'sLi- on shall o'er all the world pre-vail. 

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The Lord Is King. 



E. G. W. Wesley. 



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1. The Lord, our God, is Kingl Let earth re - joice, And praise His ho- 

And praise His ho-ly name \vith 

2. The Lord, our God, is King! Al - might - y He, He speaks the word 

He speaks the word and nations 

3. The Lord, our God, is King! Let joy - ful praise From heart and mind 

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and nations cease to be; All things must work ac-cord-ing to His 

cease to be 

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will; When He commands,the winds and waves are still; The Lord, our God, 
name; Let ev - 'ry tongue His wondrous love pro-claim; The Lord, our God, 



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The Lord is King, is just and true. Who sin - ful, ru - ined 

is King! Let earth re-joice and sing. And to Him 

The Lord is King! re - joice and sing. And to Him trib - ute 

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throne Our Lord is God, and He is God a- lone. 

up-on His throne! Our Lord is God and He is God a - lone. 

fail; For us o'er sin and death He doth pre -vail. 

and ne'er can fail; For ns o'er sin and death He doth pre - vail. 

lone; Our Sav-ior Lord and God o'tr all v?e own. 

for Him a - lone; Our Sav-ior, Lord and God o'er all we own. 



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TFie Gospel Harvest. 



ReT. R. H. MoDaniel. 



Ghas. B. Gabriel. 



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1. The Mas - ter is call - ing for reap - era to-day, List now to His 

2. Thrice hap - py are they who have en - tared the field, How sweet - ly they 

3. The Mas - ter will come when their day's work is o'er. And sum - mons the 



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plead-ing and haste to o - bey; The bar- vest is great and the la - b'rs are 
sing as their sick-les they wield; The Lord of the harvest their song doth in- 
reap - ers to Canaan's fair shore;What glo-ry there'll be when before Him they 



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few, Be-hold there's a place by the reap-ers for you. 

spire, They nev - er of reap-ing, no, nev-er can tire. Oh haste to the 

meet, And joy-ful - ly lay all their sheaves at His feet. Oh haste in the harvest, and 



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giv'n, And joy ev - er-raore in theKingdom of htav'n.For- ev - er- 

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Gbarlotte G. Homer. 



Jefiovah-Jireh. 

COPYRIGHT. 1915, Br C. P, CUR'?Y. 
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From Every Stormy Wind. 



, Stowell. 

SOLO OBLIGATO. 



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2. There is a place where Jo - sus sheds The oil of 
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lesus IS 



Galling. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



COPYRIGHT. 19:1. BY GEO C. STEBBINS, RENEWAL. 



GeonSe G. Stebbias. 



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1. Je-su3 13 ten-der-ly call-ing thee home— Call-ing to-day, call-ing to-day; 

L?. Je-sus is call-ing the wea-ry to rest — Call-ing to-day, call-ing to-day; 

3. Je-sus is wait-ing, come to Himnow — Wait-ing to-day, wait-ing to-day; 

4. Je-sus is plead-ing, list to His voice-Hear Him to-day,hear Him to-day; 



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Why from the sun-shine of love wilt thou roam Far-ther and far-ther a - way? 
Bring Him thy burden, and thou shalt be blest; He will not turn thee a - way. 
Come with thy sins, at His feet low - ly bow; Come, and no long- er de - lay. 

They who be-lieve on His name shall re-joice; Quick-ly a -rise and a - way. 

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Call - - ing to-day! Call - - ing to-day! 

Call - ing, call - ing to - day, to - day! Call - ing, call - ing to - day. to - day! 



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Souls Are Coming Home. 



T. O. Gbisholm. 



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Tired of siu and tired of stray-ing, Souls are com-ing home; 
To the Fa-ther's arms re-turn-ing, Souls are com-ing home; 
Yield-ing to the Spir-it's plead-ing, Souls are com-ing home; 
Stirred by mem'ries sweet and tender, Souls are com-ing home; 
Earth-ly fol - lies left be-hind them, Souls are com-ing home; 
6. T'wardthegateof mer-cy bend-ing,Souls are com-ing home; com-ing home; 
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Now the Gos-pel call o - bey-ing, Souls are com-ing home. 
While the light ol hope is burn-ing, Souls are com-ing home. 
Long in des - ert-^lac - es feed-ing, Souls are com-ing home. 
All to Je - sus to sur-ren-der, Souls are com-ing home. 
To be freed from chains that bind them, Souls are com-ing home. 
Pray 'rs are answered, long as-cend-ing. Souls are com-ing home, com-ing home. 

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Who'll be the Next? 



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2. Who'll be the next to fol - low Je - sus — Fol-low His wear - y,bleed-ing feet? 

3. Who'll be the next to fol-low Je- sns? Who '11 be the next to praise His name'? 

4. Who'll be the next to fol - low Je - sus Down thro' the Jordan's rolling tide? 






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Some one is read-y, some one is waiting; Who'll be the next a crown to wear? 
Who'll be the next to lay ev - 'ry bur-den Down at the Fa-ther's mercy seat? 
Who'll swell the cho-rus of free redemption, Sing, hal - le-lu-jah! praise the Lamb? 
Who'll be the next to join with the ran-soni'd, Singing up-on the oth-er side? 



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Say Not Tomorrow. 

COPYRIGHT 1915, BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 
INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. 



Gdas. H. Gabriel. 



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fast fly - ing hour; The Sav - ior is wait-ing; no long - er de - lay; 
wide - pen arms; Be -gin the new life, while His whispers you hear; 



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Be saved by His won-der - ful pow'r. Be-hold, the ac-cept - a - ble 

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W. C. Pool 



Make Jesus Yours Today. 

COPYRIGHT, 1914. BY CH4S H. GABRIEL. 



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1. You will want to spend e - ter - ni - ty with Je - sus; You will 

2. You will want to have the prec - ions Sav - ior with you In that 

3. You will want to know your sins are all for - giv - en- You will 

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morning when the clouds are rolled a- way. You will want Him for a 

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2. Are you com-ing home, ye lost ones? Be-hold your Lord doth wait; 

3. Are you com-ing home, ye guilt - y, Who bear the load of sin? 
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Ail foot-sore, lame and wea - ry. Your gar - ments stain'd with sin; 
Come, then no long - er lin - ger. Come ere it be too late; 
Out - side you've long been standing, Come now and yen - ture in; 



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Will you come and let Him 
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"Almost Persuaded." 



COPYRIGHT. 1902, BY THE JOHN CHURCH CO. 



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1. *'A1 - most per-suad-ed" now to be - lieve; "Al-most pej-suad-ed," 

2. "Al - most per-suad-ed, "come, come to - day; "Al-most per-suad-ed," 

3. "Al- most per-suad-ed," har - vest is pastj "Al-most per-suad-ed," 



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I Am Coming Home. 



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A. H. Aotley. HOMER a. rodeheaver, owner. B. D. Ackley. 


1. Je - sus, I am com-ing home to-day, For I have found there's joy ia 

2. Ma - ny years my heart has strayed from Thee, And now re-pent-ant to Thy 

3. Oh, the mis-er - y my sin has caused me.Naught but pain and sor-row 

4. Ful - ly trust-ing in Thy pre-cious prom-ise,With no right-eous-ness to 

5. Now I seekthecrosswhereJe- sus died! For all my sms His blood will 

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throne I come; Je - sus o-pened up the way for me, now I am com-ing home. 
I have known; Now I seek Thy sav-ing grace and mer-cy, I am com-ing home, 
call my own. Pleading nothing but the blood of Je -sus, I am com-ing home, 
still a - tone, Flowing o'er till ev- 'ry stain is cov-ered, I am com-ing home. 
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1. Come to Je - sus, hear His gen - tie plead - ing, Do not turn the 

2. Come to Je - sua, on His word re - ly - ing, All His prom - is- 

3. Come to Je - sus all your guilt con-fess - ing, Trust - ing whol - ly 



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es are good and true, He will keep you wheth-er liv-ing, dy - ing, 
in His prec-ious blood. Peace and par -don thro' His grace pos-sess-ing, 



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Confess Him To-day. 



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1. Why still un - de - cid - ed, why tar-ry in sin? Con -fess Him to-day, 

2. For love of the world will you bar-ter your soul? Con -fess Him to-day, 

3. In - pen re-bel-lion His law you've transgressed, Con -fess Him to-day, 

4. A time more con-ven-ient you uev - er will have, Con - fess Him to-day, 

5. Be - lieve and re - ceive Him, throw o-pen the door, Con -fess Him to-day. 



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con -fess Him to - day;Count all things but loss and in Christ be made whole, 
con -fess Him to - day, With o - pen con- fes-sion you now shall be blest, 
con - fess Him to - day, Ac - cept Him this moment— the Mighty to save, 
con -fess Him to - day, Claim Christ as your Sav-ior and Lord ev - er-more, 

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Jesus Will Save You N 



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1. Come, ye who are wea-ry of sin and oppressed, Je-sus will save you now; 

2. Your sins may be ma - ny and dark be their stains, Je-sus will save you now; 

3. "0 turn ye, turn ye, for why will ye die?" Je-sus will save you now; 

4. The Spir - it is pleading, spurn not His call, Je-sus will save you now; 

5. Your loved ones in glo - ry are beek-on-ing,come, Je-sus will save you now; 



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Come,seek-ing for mercy,t'will not be in vain, Je-sus will save you now. 

He waits to receive you, will hear when you cry; Je-sus will save you no^'. 

come, ere the shadows of death round you fall, Je-sus will save you now. 

They're waiting and longing to welcomeyou home; Je-sus will save you now. 



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You Need the Savior. 



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2. Yes, you need the Sav - ior For thy wounds of sin. And the heal - ing 

3. At the fi - nal sum-racus We must all ap- pear. Each to face the 



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wa-ter Of His blood poured in: C;ill and He will save you, Ask and 

rec - ord He is form-ing here; In that court of Jus-tice Naught can 

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He will give Life to ev - 'ry sin - ner, And the pow'r to live. 

Je - sus,Drawn from Cal - va - ry. 

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Wty Not Nowl 



BY C. C, CASE. 



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1. While we pray, and while we 

2. You have wan-dered far a ■ 

3. In the world you fail to 

4. Come to Christ, con-fes -sion 



plead, While you see your soul's deep need, 
way; Do not risk an - oth - er day; 
find Aught of peace for troub-led mind: 
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While your Fa - ther calls you home, Will you not, my broth-er, come? 
Do not turn from God your face. But, to - day, ac-cept His grace. 
Come to Christ, on Him be - lieve. Peace and joy you shall re - ceive. 
Trust in Him from day to day. He will keep you all the way. 



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Still Undecided. 



Ernest G. W. Wesley. 



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2. Still un-de-cid - ed, wiiy yet still de-lay? All things are read - y, 

3. Still un-de-cid - ed! for thee He was slain, And why should His suff 'ring 

4. Still un-de-cid - ed! His voice sounds so clear: "Come all ye whowea-ry 

5. Still un-de-cid - ed! wait not too long; turn from the world and 






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Love shows you the way, Night fast ap-proach-es, the day pas9-es by, 
for thee be in vain? Think of the scourg-ing, the spear and the cross! 
who fal - terandfear, Free - ly I par - don, and cleanse and re-ceive!" 
its wild, rest-less throng; Je - sus now calls you— once more doth He call— 






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Heed now His pleading:-"0 why will you die?" 

Life Hewould give you,— all else is but loss. Why not de-cide to-night? 
Why not ac-cept Him and on Him be-lieve? 
Come while He'swait-ing, and trust Him for all. 
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Fanny J. Crosby. 



Only a Step. 

COPYRIGHT. 1901. BY W. H. DOANE. RENEWAL. 



W. B. Doane 






1. On-yastep to Je - susIThenwhynottake it now?Come,andthy sin con- 
^. On- y a step to Je - sus! Believe, and thou shalt live; Lov-ing-Iy now He's 

3. On- ly a step to Je - sus! A step from sin to grace; What has thy heart de- 

4. On-ly a step to Je - sus! why not come and say, "Glad-ly to Thee my 



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fess-ing, To Him, thySav - ior, bow. 

wait-ing. And read -y to for - give. On-ly a step, on-Iy a step; 

Old -ed— Themo-raentsfly a - pace? 

Sav-ior, I give my-self a - way?" 



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And yet no friend is so meek and lowly, No, etc, 

3 There's not an hour that He is not near us, No, etc. 
No night 30 dark but His love can cheer us, No, etc. 



4 Did ever saint find this Friend forsake him? No, etc. 
Or sinner find that He would not take Hun? No, etc. 

5 Was e'er a gift like the Savior given? No, etc. 
Will He refuse us a Uome in heaven? No, etc. 



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Lord, and seek sal - va - tion, Sound the praise of His dear name. 



2 Now, ye needy, come and welcome,! 
God's free bounty glorify; 
True belief and true repentance, 
Ev'ry grace that brings yon nigh. | 



Let "not conscience make you Jinger, 
Nor of fitness fondly dream; 
All the fitness He requireth 
Is to feel your need of Him. 



4 Come, ye weary, heavy laden. 
Bruised and mangled by the fa 
If you tarry till you're bett«, 
You will never come at alL 



5 Agonizing in the garden. 
Your Redeemer prostrate lies. 
On the bloody tree behold Him) 
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2 How happy are the saints above, 
Who once went sorrowing here! 
^ But now they taste unraingied love. 
And icy without a tear. 



I all the world go iree7No,there's s cross for ev'ry one And there's a cross lor me. 



3 The consecrated cross I'll bear, 
Till death shall set me free; J 
Andthehgohomemy crown to vrear. 
For there's a crown for me. 



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4 Upon the crystal pavement, down. 
At Jesus pierced feet, 
Joyful, I'll cast my golden crown 
And His dear name repeat. 



I Am Coining, Lord. 



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3 Tho' coming weak and vQe 
Thou do8t my strength assure; 
Thou dost my rilenpss fuUy cleanee, 
Tiil spoUess all, and pore. 

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S'Tis Jesna calls me on. 
To perfect faith snd love. 
To perfect hope.and peace, and I 
For earth and beav'o above. 

Just As I Am. 



4 And He assurance gives 
To loyal hearts and tme. 
That ev'ry promise is MSHaA 
To those who bear and do. 



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ami with - out one plea. But that Thy blood was shed for me. And tbat Thon bidd'st me 

2. Just as I ami and wait - ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot. To Thee, whose blooi can 

3. Jost as I ami tbo' toss'd a-boot With many a conflict many a doobt, Fighting and fean witb> 




come to Thee, O Lamb of Godl I come I I 
cleanse each spot, Lamb of Godl I comel I 
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4 Just as I ami poor, wretched, blin(^ 
,, riches, healing of the mind. 
Yea, all I need in Thes to find, 
O Lamb of God, I come! I come) 

6 Just as 1 am— thou wilt receive, ^__^^ 
Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, refiertf 
Because thy promise I believe, 
Lamb of God, I comel I come) 




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, 3 Lord, now indeed I 

Tby power, and Thine alone. 
Can change the leper's spots, 
Aad melt tbs heart of stooe. 



3 For nothlni; good have I 
Whereby Thy grace to claim— 
I'll wash my garments white 
In the blood of Calv'jy'a Lamb. 



4 And when, before the throne, 
I stand in Him complete 
"Jesus died my eoul to saw^T 
My lipe shall still repeat. 



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I Wo uld He deTote that sa- cred head For such a T?orm ag I? 

2 f Was it for crimes that I have done,He groan'd upon the tree, 
'"- unknown! And love beyond degree 




At the cros8,at the cross,where I first saw the light, And the burden of my heart roll'd i 




way, It was there by faith I received my sight, And now I am happy all the day. 
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2^ j Ho, my comradesl see the signal Wav-ing ia the sky! I 

*( Ee-in-force-ments now appearing, J Tic • ta-ry is nigb. 

2 j See the mighty host ad-vanc-ing,Sa»tan lead-ing on: i 

' j Mighty men a-round us faJl-ing, f Conr-age «l-most gonel 



g^ ( See the glorious banner waving! Hear the trumpet blow! » 



^ In our Leader's name we'll triumph 
4 ( Fierce and long the bat-tie rag-es, But our help is 
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"Hold tha fort.for I am oomiag," Jesns sisals still; WaTa the answer back to heaven/'By Thy gracs we will." 



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Let Jesus Gome Into Your Heart. 

COPYRIGHT, 1893. BY H. L GILMOUR. 
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If you are tired of the load of your sin, Let Je - sus come in - to your heart; 
I If you de - sire a new life to be - gin, 
2 /If 'tis for pur - i - ty now that you sigh, Let Je - sus come in - to your heart; 

I Fountains for cleansing are flowing near by, 
o J If there's a tem-pest your voice can-not still, Let Je - sus come in • to your heart; 

( If there's a void this world nev-er can fill, 
^ j If you would join the glad song of the blest. Let Je - sus come in - to your heart; 
( If you would en - ter the mansions of rest, 




Let Je-sus como in - to your heart. Just now your doubtings give o'er, Just now,re- 
[Last.'] Just now my doubtings are o'er; Just now,re- 
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ject-ing no more; Just now, I o- pen the door, And Je-sus comes in-to my heart.v 




1. Why do you wait, dear broth-eri" ^ Oh, why do you tar - ry so long? 

2. What do you hope, dear broth-er. To gain by a fur-ther de - lay? 

3. Do you not feel, dear broth-er. His Spir - it now striv- ing with-in? 

4. Why do you wait, dear broth-er? The har - vest is pass - iug a - way; 




Your Sav-iour is wait-ing to give you A place in His sanc-ti - fied throng. 
There's no one to save you but Je -sus. There's no oth -er way but His way. 
Oh, why not ac-cept His sal-va-tion. And throw off your bur-den of sin? 
Your Sav-iour is long-ing to bless you; There's dan-ger and death in de - lay. 



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1. Soft- ly and ten-der- ly Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing for you and for me; 

2. Why should we tarry when Je-sus is plead-ing, Plead-ing for you and for me? 

3. Time is now fleeting, the moments are pass-ing, Pass-ing from you and from me; 

4. Think of the won-der-f ul love He has promised, Promised for you and for me; 




At tbe heart's por-tal He's waiting and watching. Watching for you and for me. 
Why should we lin-ger and heed not His mercies, Mer-cies for you and for me? 
Shadows are gath'ring,and death's night is coming, Com-ing for you and for me. 
Tho' we have sinn'd. He has mer-cy and par-don. Par-don for you and for 




Come home," come home,' Ye who are wea-ry, come home, 

Come lioue, come home. 




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Ear-nest-ly, ten-der -ly, Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing, sin-ner, come home! 



234 



While Jesus Whispers. 



W. E. Witter. 



1. While Je-sus whispers to you, Come, sinner, come! While we are praying for yon, Come, sinner, come\ 

2. Are you too heav-y - la-den? Come, sinner, come! Jesus will bear your burden. Come, sinner, come! 

3. hear His tender pleading. Come, sinner, come! Come and receive the blessing,Come,8inner,come! 




Now 19 the time to own Him, Come, sinner, come! Now is the time to know Aim, Come, sinner, come! 
Je - sns will not deceive you. Come, sinner, come! Je-sus can now redeem you. Come, sinner, come! 
While Je-sus whispers to you. Come, sinner, come! While we are praying for you. Come, sinner, cornel 



235 

Jobn Hon-ard Payne* 



Home, Sweet Home. 

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B. R. Bisbop^ 



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r Mid' pleas-ures and pal - a - ces though we may roam, i 
1 Be it ev - er so hulii-ble, there's no place like i 



A charm from the skies seems to 
home; \ Which seek thro' the world, is ne'er 




W. Gowper. 



There is a Fountain. 



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There is a fonntaln fiU«d with blood.Drawn from Immanuers veins, 
And sinners.plung'd beneath that flood, ^'^ ' v,. ' Lose all their 
D.S.And sinners.plung'd beneath that flood, \ _- -■•,*-' .Lose alltheir 




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gnilty stains; Xose Ml their guilty stains, Lose all their guilty stains; 
guilty stains; --^ v 



2 ¥h'e dying thief rejoiced to smT 

That fountain in his day; 
: And there may I, tho' vile as h», 
i Wash all my sins away. , 

1 Thon dying Lamb, Thy precious 

Shall never lose its power, [blood 
, Till all thejarsomed Church of Go* 
-}" Be saved, to sin no more -f- 

4 E'er since by faith I saw the 

• -Thy flowing wounds supply[strea» 
^Redeeming love has been my them«» 
, j And shall be till I die. ■{ 

5 Then in a nobler, sweater song, 
111 sing Thy power to save, 
When this poor lisping,stammering 
Lies eleot ia the grave, [tonga* 




J rihore is s fount-ain filled with blood, filled with blood, filled with blood, There is a fountain filled with bloO(J, Dniwft 
' ' And sinners.plung'd beneath that flood,beneath that flood.beneath that flood, A nd sinners pluag'd beneath that aood,Los» 




Irom Immaouel's vetos; i > . 

all their guilty stains, t Oh, glorious lountainl Hero will I stay. And in thea ev - ar Wash my sins a - way. 



Oh, How I Love Jesus. 




«r — ^gr"-* — • • * • "^- 

1. Tbere I is a name I love to bear, I love to siiig its worth; It [ 

\ sonnda like mus-ic in mine ear, The p^ i^— n sweet-est name on eart'b. 




Tt It tells me of a Savior's love, 
Who died to set me tree; 
It tells me of His precious blood; 
The nimet's j)erfectides 



3 It tells me vfhat my Father bath 
In store for every day, 
And tho' I tread a darksome path, 
Yields sunshine all the way^ 



The Cleansing Wave 



4 It tells of One whose loving heart 
Can feel my deepest woe. 
Who in each sorrow bears a part^ 
Tbat none can boar below. 



f. Knapp. 




k t Oh, now ! see the crun-son wave The fountain deep and wide; 
■ } Je- sas, icy Lord, might-y to save. 



Points to His womided aide. 




9 1 669 the new creation nse, 
I bear the speaking bloo^ 
It speaks! poluted nature diea^ 
jginka 'neatb ik9 (li^Dsoa floq4> 



|3 I rise to walk in heav'n's own light. 
Above the world and sin, [white 
With heart made pure and.garmentS 
And Christ enthroned witbffi. 



4 Amazing grace! *tia heaven 1 
To feel the blood applied; 
And Jesus, only Jesoa iSBSfit 
Us J«i6«s cntctfieii. 



240 



Lord, Vm Coming Home. 



W. J. K. 



Wm. }. Kirkpatrick. 




I've wandered far a - way from God, Now I'm com-ing home; The paths of sin 
I've wast- ed man -y precious years, Now I'm com-ing home; I now re -pent with 
I'm tired of sin and straying, Lord, Now I'm com-ing home; I'll trust Thy love, be- 
My soul is sick, my heart is sore. Now I'm com-ing home; My strength renew, my 
My on - ly hope, my on - ly plea. Now I'm com-ing home; That Je - sus died, and 
I need His cleansing blood, I know, Now I'm com-ing home; wash me whi-ter 




p. S.-O - pen wide Thine 



Lord, Fin Coming Home. 

Fine. Chorus. 



long I'v9 trod; Lord, I'm coming home, 
bit - tertears, Lord, I'm coming home. 

Have Thyword; Lord, I'm coming home, r, . . • l xt 

hope re-store; Lord, I'm coming home. ^°™'°^ ^°"^> '^°'^^^^ ^°™®' Nevermore to roam, 
died for me; Lord, I'm coming home, 
than the snow; Lord, I'm coming home. 



anos of love; Lord, I'm coming home. 
241 In the Ci 

Jolin Bowring. 



1. In the cross 

2. WTien the woes of 



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of Christ I glo - ry, 
life o'er-take me. 



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'er the wrecks of time; 



Tow'ring 

1 de-ceive, and fears ao • noy, 



Itdamar Gonkey. 



AU the light of 
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3 When the snn of bliss is 1 

Light and love upon my way, 
From the cross the radiance streaming 
Adds more luster to the day. 

4 Bane and blessing, pain and pleasure, 

By the cross are sanctified; 
Peace is there that knows no measure, 
Joys that through all time abide. 



242 



WKat a Friend. 



C C. Converse. 



1. What a Friend we have in Je - sus, All our sins and griefs to bear! What a priv-i-lege to car - ry 

D. S.— All be-cause we do not car - ry 




Ev ' 'ry thing to God in prayer! what peace we oft • en for • feit, what ceed-iess pain we bear, 
Er • 'ry thing to God io prayer. 




What a Friend we have in Jesus, 
AU our sins and griefs to bearl 
What a privilege to carry 
Every thing to God in prayert 
what peace we often forfeit, 
what neodless pain we bear. 
All becans? we do not carrj", 
T^r^y Chung to God in prayerl 



2 Have we trials and temptations? 
Is there trouble anywhere? 
We should never be discouraged, 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can we find a friend so faithful. 
Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness, 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 



3 Art we weak and heavy laden. 
Cumbered with a load of care?— 
Precious Savior, still our refuge, • 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Do thy friends despise,forBake theef 
Take it to the Lonf in prayer. 
In His arms He'll take znd shield 
Thou wilt fiad a solace there.ftJieA, 



24S Day of Rest and Gladness. 

WordswortEi. 



lovvell Ma 




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, i O day ot rest and glad-ness, . day of joy and Gght, | _ ^ _ 

** ] balm oi care and sad-ness, ' Most bean-ti-fol, most bright, | On the& tbe bigb and loti-^^ 




2 On thee, at the creation, 
\The light first had its birth; ^^ 
'On thee, for our salvation, ' 
.Christ rose from depths of earth 
I On thee, our Lord, victorious, 
« iThe Spirit sent from heaven; 
[And thus on t^ee, most glorions, 
lA triple light was givcn,^ 



3 To-day on weary nations 
The heavenly manna falls; 
To holy convocations . ' 
The silver trumpet calls. 
Where gospel light is glowijg 
iWith pure and radiant beams. 
And living water flowing 
LWith.sonl-refresiSng ( 



4 New graces ever gaining- 
From this our day of of rest,' 
We reach the rest remainingi 
To spirits of the blest;. 
To Holy Ghost be praises^ 
To Father, and to Son;, l^ 
The church her voice npraini 
To thee, blest Three in Ons.j 



My Soul, Be on Thy Guard. 



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Lo?rell IVIason. 



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l.'My soul,beonthyguard;Tenthonsandfoesarise;Thehostsofsin are pressinghard To draw thee frorathe'skies.' 



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2 watch, and fight, and pray; 
The battle ne'er give o'er; 
Renew it boldly every day, 
^d help diviae implore. 



3 Ne'er think the victory won, ' 
Nor lay thine armor down: > ^ 
The work of faith will not be done, 
Till tbou obtain the crown. 



Take Me As I Am. 



4 Fight on, my soul, till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God: 
He'll take thee, at thy parting, ■ 
To His divine abode. tbreaUu 




1. Jesus my Lord, to Thee I cry: Unless Thon help me,I must die; Oh, bring Thy free salvation nigh. And 

2. Helpless I am, and foil of gnilt,^t yet Thy blood was forme spilt:And Tbou canst make me what Thon wilt3°t 

3. No prep - a - va-tion can I make. My best resolves lonly break; Yet save me for Thine own name's sake. And 

4. I thirst, I long to know Thy love, Thy full salvation I would prove; But since to Thee I can-not move, Oh, 




■ FINE .Chobcs. 



Take me as I 

Take me, Uke d« 



D.S.— Oh.bnng Thy free salvafion nigb, An! 
D.S. 



Take me as i am;..... 

Take lae. take mo ur I 
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Bfirotional %9mn$ 



Onward, Christian Soldiers. 




1: Onward, Christian sol - diers! Marching as to war, With the cross of Je - sus Go - ing on be - fore; 

'i. At the sign of tri - umph, Satan's host doth flee; On, then, Christian soldiers. On to vie - to - ryl 

3. Like a might-y ar-my Moves the Church of God; Brothers we are treading Where the saints have trod; 

4. Onward, then, ye peo - pie, Join our hap-py throng, Blend with onrs yonr voices In the triumph song; 




Christ tire roy-al Mas - ter. Leads against the foe; For-ward in - to bat • tie, See His ban-ner go I 
Hell's fouii-da-tions qriiv - er At the shout of praise, Brothers, lift your voic-es, Loud your anthems raise,' 
We are not di - vid - ed; AIL one bod - y we. One in hope and doc - trine. One in char - i - ty. 
Glo • rv, laud and hon - or Un - to Christ, the King, This thro' countless a - ges Men and angels sing. 




V -a^ V V Y V '* '^ "* J ~^ » k k - V 

Onward, Christian sol - diers! Marching as to war. With the cross of Je-su3 Go-ing on be-fore. 

J J-T7J.ff . P,a ^ .^'J's 




My Jesus I Love Thee. 



1. My Je • sns I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Th~ee all the fol - lies of sin I re - sign; 

2. 1 love Thee be - cause Thou hast first lov-ed me, And purchased my par-don on Cal - va • rj-'s tree; 

3. I'll love Thee in life, I will love Thee m death, And praise Thee as long as Thon lendest me breath, 

4. In man-sions of glo - ry and end - less de-light, I'll ev - er a - dore Thee in heav-en so bright; 

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My gra-cions He • deem - er, my Sav - ior art Thou; If ev 
I love Thee for wear - ijig the thorns on Thy brow; If ev 
And say when the death-dew lies cold on my brow; "If ev 
I'll sing with the glit - ter - ing crown on my brow; "If ev 



I loved Thee, My Je • sns, 'tis now. 

I loved Thee, My Je - sus, 'tis now. 

I loved Thee. My Je - sus, 'tis now." 

I loved Thee, My Je - sns, 'tis now." 



248 Jesus, I My Gross Have Taken. 

Henry F. Lyte. 



Mozart. 




[l. Je ^sus.^my cross have tak-en, All to leave and fol-low Thee; Naked, poor, despised; for-sa-ken,' 

D.S.— Yet how rich is my con-di-tion, 




Thou from bence my all shall be; 
God and heav'n are still my own 



Per - ish ev-'ry fond am-bi-tion, All I've songht,and hopediand known; , 




2 Let the world despise, forsake me, 
They have left my Savior, too; 
Unman hearts and looks deceive me. 
Thon art cot, like man, nntme: 
And.whileThou shaft smile upon me, 
God of wisdom.lOTe and might, [me 

^Foeamay hate.and friends may shun 
Sbov Tby $a:e sod all is brighv 



Gojthen, earthly fame and treasure! 
Come, disaster, scorn and pain! 
In Tby service, pain is pleasure; 
With Thy favor, loss is gain. 
I have called Thee." Abba Father, 
I have stayed my heart on Thee; 
Stormy clouds may o'er me gather, 
AU must vrork for good to me. 



4 Haste thee on from grace to glory. 
Led by faith, and winged by prayer 
Heav'n's eternal day's before thee 
God will safely guide thee there. 
Soon shall close thy earthly mission. 
Swift shall pass thy pilgrim days; 
Hope shall change to glad fmitioQ, 
Faith to £ight,and prayer to praisBk 



249 

Geo. Robinson 



Come, TIiou Fount. 

ftNE 



Jolin Wyett. 

f-t-s; 't-2-D.<?. 




. « Come.Tbou Fount of ev'ry blessing.Tcne my heart to sing Thy grace, I 1 Teach me some melodious sonnet, 1 

1 Streams ol mer-cy, nev-er ceas-ing. Call for songs of loudest praise; ' ' Sung by flam-ingt 
S. C— Praise the mount, I'm fixed op-on iU Mount of Tby redeeming love. CS 



t Come.Thon Fonnt of ev'ry blessing 
Tune my heart to sing Thy grace. 
Streams of mercy, never ceasing, 
Call for songs of loudest praise; 
Teach me some melodious sonnet, 
Song by flaming tongues above; 
Praise the moant.I'm fixed upon it! 
gicMit of Tby redeeming love, 



2 Here I'll raise my Ebenezer, 
Hither by Thy help I'll come; 
And I hope, by Thy good pleasure. 
Safely to arrive at home: 'i 
Jesus sought me when a stranger, 
Wandering from the fold of God; 
He, to rescue me from danger, 
loteiposed His precious blood. 



Oh, to grace how great a debtor 
Daily I'm constrained to be! 
Let Thy goodness, like a fetter. 
Bind my wandering heart to Tbeei 
Prone to wander. Lord, I feel it, 
Prone to leave the God I love; pt. 
Here's my heart, oh, take and seal. 
Sea! it for Tby courts ebove^ 



250 



Blest Be the Tie. 



Jotin Fawcctt. 



Hans George Naegall. 



1. Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christianlove;The fellow-ship of kindred minds Is like to that a-bov«, 



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! Before our Father's throne 
We pour our ardent prayers; [one, 

" Onr fears, our hopes, our alms are 
<*DBr ccmSsrts and our cares. 



3 We share our mutual woes. 
Our mutual burdens bear; 
And often for each other^flows 

Tbe syropathizing tear. •" 



14 When we asunder part. 
It gives us inward pain; 
But we shall still be joined iabesf^ 
And bope to meet agaui. 



251 



Holy Spirit, Faitdful Guide. 




ly Spir - it, faith - ful Guide, Ev-er near the Chris-tian's side. Gen - tly lead U8 by the hand, 

2. Ev • er pres-ent, tru - est Friend, Ev-er near Thine aid to lend, Leave us not to doubt and fear, 

3. When our days of toil shall cease, Waiting still for sweet re-lease. Nothing left but heav'n and pray'r, 




Pil-griras in a des - ert land; Wea - ry souls for - e'er re-joice, While they hear that sweetest voice, 
Grop-ing on in dark-ness drear; When the storms are rag-mg sore, Hearts grow faint,and hopes give o'er,' 
Wondering if our names are there; Wad- ing deep the dis - raal flood, Plead-ing naught but Je-- sus blood; ' 



252 

A. ReeJ. 



Holy Ghost, With Love Divine. 

- T.-'t , , ,.Ti I, ! ra, ! 



1. Ho - ly Ghost, with light divine, Shine up-on this heart of mine; 



2 Holy Ghost, vrith pow'r divine. 
Cleanse this guilty heart o! mine. 
Long bath sin without control, 
Held dominion o'er raj soul. 

3 Holy Ghost, with joy divine. 
Cheer this saddened heart of minej' 
Bid my many woes depart, 
Heal my wounded, bleeding tieait,1 

.. _. , , . '4 Holy Spirit, all divine, 

Chase the shades of mght a - way, Turn_my dark-ness m - to day. Dwell within this heart of mine; ; 

Cast down ev'ry idol throne, 
Reign supreme— and reign alone. 



John B. Dytes. 





Holy, Holy, Holy. 



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o-ly, ho • ly, 



1. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho • ly, Lord God Al-might-yl Ear - ly in the mom-ing our song shall rise to 

2. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho • ly, all the saints adore Thee.Casting down their golden crowns around the gla 

3. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho • ly, tho' the darkness hide Thee,Tho' the eye of sin-ful man Thy glory may i 

4. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho - ly. Lord God AhnightylAU Thy v/orks shall prais^hyname,inearth,and sky, 



Thee; { 

isy sea; I 




Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho - ly, mer • cf - ful and might - y, God in Three Persons, bless-cd Trin - i • tyl 
Cher-u-bim and sera • phim fall - ing down be - fore Tbee, ^Vhich wert and art, and ev-cr-more shalt be. 
On- ly Thou art ho - ly, there is none be • side Thee, Per-fect in pow-er, in love, and pu - ri- ty. 
Ho • Jy, bo " lyi bo - ly, taer - ci • ful and might • y, God in Three Persons, bless-ed Trin • i ■ ty. 



I Love To Tell The Story. 



William G. Fiscner. 




1. 1 love to tell the eto - ry Of un - seen things a-bove, Of Je - sus and His glo ■ ry 

2. I love to tell the sto - ry; More won-der-ful it seems Than all the gold - en fan - cies 

3. I love to tell the sto •• ry; 'Tis pleas - ant to rs - peat What seems, each time I tell it, 

4. I love to tell the sto - ry; For those vfho know it best Seem hun-ger - ing and thirst-ing 




3f Je - sus and His love, 
•Of all our gold-en dreams 
More won - der - ful - ly sweet 
To hear it like the rest 



I love to tell the sto«ry, 

I love to tell the sto - ry, 

I love to tell the sto - ry, 

And when, in scenes of glo - ty, 



- cause I know 'tis true; 
It did so much for me; 
For some have nev - er heard 
I sing the new, new 




It eat • is - fies my long • ing; 
And that is just the rea - son 
The mes - sage ot sal - va - tion 
'Twill be the old, old sto - ry 



as noth - ing else would do. 
I tell it now to thee. 
From God's own ho-ly word. 
That I have lov'd so long. 



I love to ten the stoTy.l 




iriord, 

2. Pass 

3. Pass 

4. Love 



hear ofshow'rs of bless -ing Thou' art scatt'ring full and free; Show'rs, the thirst-y land re* ■ 
me not, God, my Fa - ther Sin - ful tho' my heart may be; Thou mightst leave me, but thft 
me not, gra • cious Sav - ior, Let me live and cling to Thee; I am long -ing for Thy 
of God, 80 pure and change-less, Blood of Christ, so rich and free; Grace of God, so strong and 




fresh-ing; Let some drops now fall on me; 
rath • er; Let Thy mer - cy light on me; 
fa-vor; Whilst Thon'rt calling, call me; 
boundless Mag - ni - fy them all mme; 



E - ven me, e • ven me, Let some drops now fall on me. 

E - ven me, e • ven me. Let Thy mer - cy light on me. 

E - ven me, e - ven me. Whilst Thou'rt calling.O caD me. 

E - ven me, e - ven me, Mag -. ni • fy them all in me. 



256 

Edward Hopper 



Jesus, Sayior, Pilot Me. 



J. E. Goal^. 

■^fl 12-D.C. 




1. Je • 8US, Sav-ior, pi • lot me, 0-ver life's tempestuous sea: i Un-known waves before me roll, 
D.C.— Chart and compass come from Thee, Jesu3,Savior,pi-Iot me. t Hiding roclss and treaeb'rous ( ehoal; 




1 Jesus, Savior, pilot me. 
Over life's tempestuous sea: 
Unknown wav^ before me roH, 
Hiding rocks and treaeb'rous shoal; 
.Chart and compas»come trom Thee 
Jesus, Savior, pilot me. 

257 

A. M. Toplady. 



2 As a mother stills her child. 
Thou canst hush the ocean wild; 
Boisterous waves, obey Thy will 
When Thou sayst to thera"Be still !' 
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, 
Jesus, Savior, pilot me. ^ 

Rock of Ages. 



3 "When at last I near the shore, 
And the fearful breakers roar 
'Twix me and the peaceful rest. 
Then, while leaning on Thy breast, 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
"Fear not, i will pilot thee." 




1. Rock of A - ges, cleft forme, Let me hide my-self in Thee;i Let the wa -ter and the blood, \ 
D. C— Be of sin the doub-le cure. Save from wrath and make me pure, i FromThy woundedside which flow'd f 



Rock of Ages, cleft for me,1 ' 
Let me hide myself in Thee; 
Let the water and the blood. 
From thy wounded side which flow'd 
Be of sui the double cure. 
Save from wrath and make me pure 



2 Could my tears forever flow. 
Could my zeal no languor know. 
These for sin Could not atone, 
Thou must save, and Thou alone: 
In my hand no price I bring, j, 
Simply to Thy cross I cling. 



3 While I draw this fleeting hreatb,' 
When my eyes sliall close in death. 
When I rise to worlds unknown, 
And behold Thee on Thy throne. 
Rock of Ages, cleft for tpe, ~ ' 
Let me hide myself in T&ee. 



258 Safely TKrougti Another Week. 

joliii Newton. Act. 6y Lowell Mason 

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j_ j Safe - ly thro' an-oth-er week, God has brought 
I Let us now a bless-ing seek, 



way; I 



Wait-ing in His courts to - day; 




Day of all the week the best, Em - blem of e - ter • oal rest;l of "* e - ter • nai rest. 




2 WhDe we pray for pard'ning grace, 
Thro' the dear Redeemer's name. 
Show thy reconciled face, 
, Take away our sin and shame; 
From onr worldly cares set free, 
Hay we rest this day in Thee. 



3 Here wo come Thy name to praise; 

Let us feel Thy pesence near; 

May Thy glory meet onr eyes. 

While we in Thy house appear; 

Here afford us. Lord, a taste 
I Of our everlasting feast. 



4 May the gospel's joyful sound 
Conquer sinners, comfort saints; 
Make the fruits of grace abound. 
Bring relief to all complaints; 
Thus may all our Sabbaths pro»e. 
Till ne join the church above. 



259 

Samnel Medley, 




2 I'd sing the precious blood He spilt 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt 

Of sin, and wrath divine; 
I'd sing His glorious righteousness, 
In which all-perfect, heavenly dress 

My soul shall ever shine. 

260 

Frederict W. Faber. 



3 I'd sing the characters He bears, |4 Well, the delightful day will come 



And all the forms of love He wears. 

Exalted on His throne; 
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, 
I would to everlasting days 

Make all His glories known 



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eness. 



When my dear Lord will bring me 

And I shall see His face; [home. 

Then with my Savior, Brother, 

A blest eternity I'll spend, [Friend, 

Triumphant in His grace. 



Lizzie S. Tocrjce. 




1. There's a wide-ness in God's mer-cy, Like the wTde-neas of the sea, There's a kind-ness 

2. There ia wel-come for the sin - ner. And more grac-es for the good; There is mer - cy 




[is justice, Which is more than lib - er - ty. 
with the Savior, There is heal - ing in His blood. 



3 For the love of God is broader 
Than the measure of man's mind; 

And the heart of the Eternal, 
Is most wonderfully kind. 

4 If our love were but more simple, 
We should take Him at His word; 

And our lives would be all sonslune 
In the sweetness of our Lord. 




Englisb Air. 



In 6 - vil long I took de-light, Un-awed by shame or fear, . Till a new ob-ject struck my sight, - 
-I do be-lieve, I now be-lieve, That Je-sus died for me; And thro' His blood, His precious blood; 



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And stopped my wild ca-reer. 
I shall from sin be free. 



2 I saw One hanging on a tree, 
Iq agonies and blood. 

Who fised His languid eyes OB me. 
As near His cross I stood. 

3 Sore never till my latest breath 
Can I forget that look: 

It seemed to charge me with His 
Tho' not a word He spoke. [death. 



4 My conscience felt and owned 

It plunged me in despair; [tJie guilt; 
I saw my sins His blood had spilt, 
And helped to nail Him there. 

5 A second look He gave, which said 
"I freely all forgive; 

This blood is for Thy ransom pauiA 
I die that thou mayst Bve." 



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ABide Witfi Me. 



F. Lyt, 



Vim. H. Mont. 




1. A - bide with mel Fast faUs the e - ven - tide', The dark-nes3 deep-ens-Lord, with me a-bidel 

2. Swift to Its close ebbs out life's lit - tie day; Earth's joys grow dim, its glo-ries pass a - way 

3. I need Thy pres - ence ev - 'ry pass-ing hour, What but Tby grace can foil the tempter's pow'r? 

4. Hold Thou Thy cross be-fore my dos - ing eyes; Shine thro' the gloom, and point me to the skies; 




When oth • er help - ers fail, and com-forts flee, Help of the help-less, oh, a - bide with me! 

Change and de - cay in all a - round I see; Thou who changest not, a - bide with me' 

Who, like Thy - self, my guide and stay can be? Thro' cloud and sunshine, oh, a - bide with me! 

Heavln's morning breaks and earth's vain shadows flee 1 In life, in death, Lord, a - bide with mel 

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2. When the soft dews of kind 



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It is not night if Thou 
My wea-ried eye - lids 



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earth-bom clond a - rise To hide Thee from Tby servant's eye. 
thought, how eweet to rest For-ev-er on my Sav-ior's breast! 




My Faith Loots Up to Thee 



3 Abide with me from mom till eve, 

For with-out Thee I cannot h've; 

Abide vrith me when night is niglr. 

For without Thee I dare not die. 

4 Be near to bless me when I wake. 
Ere thro' the world my way I tak«. 
Abide with me till in Thy love 
I lose myself in bsavcn above. 



Lowell Mason. 




1. My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Cal - va - ry, Sav - ior dl - vine; 

2. May Thy rich grace im - part Strength to my faint-mg heart. My zeal in - spire; 

3. While life's dark maze I tread. And griefs a-round me spread, Be Thon my Guide; 

4. When ends Ufe's transient dream, When death's cold sul-len stream Shall o'er me i 



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Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 

First Tune. 



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1, Je • sns, Lov • er of my soul,, Let me to Thybo-som fly, While the near - er wa-ters 

2 0th -er ref-ugehave I none; Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Leave, oh, leave me not a- 

3. Thou, Christ, art all I want; More than all in Thee I find; Raise the fal • len, cheer the 

4. Plenteous grace with Thee is found, Grace to cov - er all my sin; Let the heal • ing streams a- 




Toll, Willie the tem -" pest still is high 
lone. Still eup • port and com-fort me. 
faint, Heal the sick, and lead the blind. 
fcoQod; Make and keep me pure with-in. 



Hide me, 6, my Sav - ior hide, 
All my trust on Thee is stayed. 
Just and ho - ly is Thy name. 
Thou of life the fount-ain art. 



Till the 
All my 
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etorm of life is past; 
belp from Thea ! bring; 
all un-right-eous-ness; 
let me take of Thee; 



Safe in - to the ha-ven guide, 
Cov • er my de - fense - less head 
Vile and full of sin I am. 
Spring Thou up with - in my heart, 



re - ceive my soul at last! 
With the shad - ow of Thy wing. 
Thou are full of truth and grace. 
Kise to all e- ter • ni - ty., 




J f Je-sns, Lov-er of my soul. Let me to Thy bo - som fly, I ' 4 Hide me, O, my Sav-ior hide, I 
■ I While the nearer waters roll. While the tempest still is high. I J Till the storra of life is past; / 
D. C— Safe in-to the ha-ven guide, re-ceive my soul at ^ v last! 



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Gome, Ye Disconsolate. 




1. Come, ye dis-con • so • late, wher-e'er yon'lan - guish; Come to the mer • cy seat, fer-vent-ly kneel; 

2. Joy of the com -fort -less, light of the stray • ing, Hope of the pen - i - tent, fade-less and pure; 

3. Here see the Bread of Life, see wa-ters flow - ing Forth from the throne of God, pure from a-bove; 




Here bring your wounded hearts here tell your anguish; Earth haa no sor-row that heav'n can-not heal. 
Here speaks the Com-fort-er, ten - der - ly say • mg, "Earth has no sor-row that heav'n can-not cure,'' 
Come to the feast of love, come, ev • er know - ing Earth has no sor-row bat heav'n can re-move. 



268 



When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. 



Isaac BaLer WoodBnry. 




1. Whenlunp-TOy the won-drons cmm On which the Prince of glo • ry died. My rich-est gain 1 

2. For-bid it, Lord.tbat I shonldboaet, Save in ^ the death of Christ, my God: All the rain things that 




count bat loss, And poor con • tempt on all my 
clunn me most, I aac • iL* flee them to 



3 See, from HLj head, His hands, Hifl feeC 
Sorrow and love flow mingled dovra: 
Did e'er snch love and sorrow meet. 
Or thoine compose so rich a crown? 



4 Were the whole realm of r 
That were a present far too email; 
Love so amazing, so divine, 
Pamaads mj soul, my iife, my al^ 




A - !asl and did my Sav-iour bleed? And did my Sover-eign die? 
Was it for crimes that I had done He groaned up - on the tree? 
Well might the sun in dark-ness hide. And shut his glo - ries 




Would He de-vote that sa-eredhead For such a worm as I? 

A - maz-ing pit - y! grace un-known! And love be-yond de - gree. 

When Christ,the mig-ht - y Mak - er died For man. the creat-ure's sin. 

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And when Thou sit . test on Thy thrme, O Lord, re - merruher me. 
4 Thus might I hide my blushing face. 
Whilst His dear cross appears. 
Dissolve my heart in thankfulness, 
Aod melt mine eyes to tears.— Cno, 



5 But drops of grief can ne'er repay 
The debt of love I owe; 



Here, Lord, I give myself away; 
'Tia all thsA I caa do.- iM. 



270 

W. 1Y. WaKcrd. 



Sweet Hour of Prayer. 



Wm. B. Bradbory. 




I -I Sweet hour of prayer.sweet honr of prayer, That calls me from a worid of care, \ 

" " ' " •' ■ ■■ J fishes known! \ My soul has 



• And bids me, at my Fa-ther's throne,Make all my wants and 
D.C.— And oft es-caped the tempter's snare. By thy re-tunij^ sweet 



hour of prayer. 




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oft - en fonnd re- 



2 Sweet honr of prayer, sweet hour of 
The joys I feel, the bliss I share, [prayer, 
Of those whose ansoiis spirits bum 
With strong desires for thy return! 
With such I hasten to the place 
Where, God,my Savior,show8 His face, 
And gladly take my station there, 
tjA wait for thee.sweetboof of pr»rer< 



3 Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour ol 
Thy wings shall my petition bear[prayef, 
To Him, whose truth and faithfulness 
Engage the waiting soul to bless: 
And since Ho bids me seek His face. 
Believe His word, and trust His grace, 
ril cast on Him my every care, .. ■ \ 
And wtitfoitbee, eweeihourof pnvjr®tl 



271 



All Hail the Power of Jesus* Name. 




L All bail the pow't ol Jems* Dunel Let angels prostrate lall.Let angels prostrate fall; Bring forth the royal diadem, 



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2 Te chosen seed of Israel's race, 13 Let every kindred, every tribe, 
Te ransomed from the fall; | On this terrestrial ball, 

*Han Him who saves you by His grace, j To Him all majesty ascribe, 
And crown Him Lord of all. And crown Hi"' Lord of all. 



4 that with yonder sacred throng 
We at His feet may fall. 
We'll join the everlasting song, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 



272 All Hail tKe Power of Jesus* Name. 

Edward Perronet. Second Tune. ■ Oliver Holde 




1. Au ban the pow'r of Je-sns' name, Let an-gels pros-trate fall; Bring forth the roy-al di - a - dem. 




And crown Him Lord of ^ all; Bringforth the roy - al^di - a -dem.And crown Him 



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274 



Whiter Than Snow. 



Wm. G. Fischer. 




J iLordJe-sus, I long to be per-fect-Iy whole; 1 g^^^ j^^ g,., j /j^, cast ont „..^joe. 

\l want Thee for - ev - er to live in myj^soul; I 
2 f Lord Jc-sus,look down from Thy throne in theskies, 1 j ■- - ^y ^^ what-ev - er I know; 

I And help me to make a cora-plete sac-n - fice; I " 

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Now W88h me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Whiter than snow.yes.whiter than s 
N D. S.— I shall be whiter than snow. , 



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3 Lord Jesus, for this I most humbly entreat, 
I wait, blessed Lord, at Thy crucified feet, 
By faith, for my cleansmg, I see Thy blood flow, 
Mow w&sh me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 



4 Lord Jesus, Thou seest I patiently wait; 

Come now, and within me a new heart create; 
To those who have sought Thee.Tho'i never said'at I 

Now wash me, and I shall be whiter thaa snow. 



Savior, Like a Shepherd. 



William B. Bradbury. 




, f Sav - ior, like a shep-herd lead ns. Much we need Thy tend'rest care: I 

*' I In ^ Thy pleas-ant pasfr-nreB feed ns. For our nse, Thy f olda pre - pare: •. J _ Blesa - ed Je ■ 

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B We are Thine; do Thou befriend 09, 

3e the Guardian of our way; 

Keep Thy flock; from sic defend as. 

Seek ua when we go astray: 

Blessed Jesus, 
Beart ob, hear us when we pray. 



3 Thon hast promised to receive ns. 
Poor and sinful though we be, 
Thon hast mercy to reUevo ns, 
Grace to cleanse, and pow'r to free 

Blessed Jesns, 
We will early torn to Thee, 



4 Early let ns seek Thy favor, 
Early let ns do Thy will; 
Blessed Lord and only Savior, 
With Thy love our bosoms filH, 



iTbou hast bved oa. love as sOO; 



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The Old Time Religion. 

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CHO— 'Tis the old time re-!lg-ion, Tis the otdtime re-Iig-ion,'Tis the old time re-Ug-ioo, ind it's good enough (or m*. 
" . It was good for our mothers.It was good (or our mothers,It was good (or onr mothers, And it's good enoagh (or sa. 



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2 Makes me love everybody. 

3 It has saved our fathers.. 

4 It was good for the Prophet Daniel. 
B It wag good for the Hebrew children. 



6 It was tried in the fiery fumacs. 

7 It was good for Paul and Si'.ss. 

8 It will do ^hen I am dying. 

9 It will take us sU ta beavM., 



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Glory to His Name. 



ReT. E. A. Hodman. 



Rev. J. H. StocI;toii 



J J Down at the cross where my Savior died, Down where for cleansing from sin I cried, 1 
■ I There to my heart was the blood applied; ~ . ) Glory to His i 



2 I 1 am so won-drous-ly saved from sin, Je 
There at the cross where He took me in; 



so sweet - ly a-bides with-in, I 



Glory to His name, 
Gloiy to His name. I 




3 Oh, precioos fountain that saves from SD^ 
I am so glad I have entered ui; 

There Jesus saves me and keeps me clean; 
Glory to His name. 

4 Come to this fountain so rich and f 
Cast thy poor sonl at the Savior's feet;', 
Phinge m to-day, and be made compIeM;i 

Glory to His name. 



278 



I Am Trusting, Lord, in Thee. 



Wm. McDonald. 



USED RY PERMISSION. 



W. G. FiscFier. 



I. I am coming to the cross; I am poor, andweak,andblind;I am counting all bat dross,! shall full salvation find. 
Ceo.— I am trusting, Lord, in Thee;BIe8tLambof Calvary;Humbly atThycrossIbow.Save me, Jesu9,save me now. 



2 Long ray heart has sighed for Thee 
Long hag evil reigned within; 
Jesns sweetly epea^B to me,— 
."I wifi cieaoss you from all sin! 



3 Here I give my all to Thee, 
Friend8,and time.and earthly store; 
Soul and body Thins to be. 
Wholly Thine forevermojjs. 



4 In the promises I trust 
Now I (eel the blood appliedj 
I am proBtrats in the onstv 
I wHb Chhst Bmonieified. 



How Tedious and Tasteless. 



Lewis Eds 




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1 tasteless the hours When Jesus oo long-er I seel Sweet prospects sweet birds.and sweet flow'rs, 
D S.— But when I am bap-p; in Him 




HaTe all lost their sweetness to me; 
De - cem - ber's as pleasant as May 
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Tba miJ-sum-mersaD shines but dim. The fields strive in vain to look giji 




2 His name yields the richest perfume 
And sweeter than music His voice; 
His presence disperses my gloom, 
And makes all within me rejoice; 
I should, were He always thus nigh> 
Hi»ve DothJEg to wbh orto fear; 
No mortal so happy as I; 
ity EiSiiceT wonld last all the year. 



Content with beholding His face. 
My all to His pleasure resigned, 
No changes of season or place[mind 
Would make any change in my 
While blest with a sense of His love, 
A palace a toy wonld appear; 
And prisons would palaces prove. 
If J«sus would dwell with me there, 



4 My Lord, if indeed I am Thine, 
If Thon art my sun and my song. 
Say, why do I languish and puie? 
And why are my winters so long? 
drive these dark clouds from thi slj, 
Thy soul-cheering presence restore; 
Or take me to Thee up on high. 
Where winter aad clouds are so mcs^ 



280 

Isaac Wans. 



Am I a Soldier? 



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^On flowery beds of ease, [prize, 
While others fought to win the ^ 
Aod sailed thro' bloody Beas?^ 



3 Are there no foes for me to face? 
Must I not stem the flood? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace, 
To help mo on to God?^^ ^ 



4 Since I mnst fight if I wonld reigni^ 
Increase my courage. Lord; . i 
I'll bear the toil, endure the pate^ 
Supported by Thy word. 



281 

Charles Wesley 



ivine. 




1. Love di-vine, all love ex-cell-ing, Joy of heav'n, to earth come down! Fix in ns Thy hum - ble dweH-ing; 

D. S.— Vis - it us with Thy sal - va - tion. 




'AH Thy taith-ful mer-cies crown; 
En - ter ev • 'ry trembling, heart! 



S Breathe, oh, breathe Thy loving 
Into every troubled breast! [Spirit 
Let us aU in Thee inherit, 
Let us find the promised rest. 
,Take away the love of sinning; 
Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its begimung, 
|6et our hearts at liberty I ^ 



Je-sus Thou art all com-pas-sion, Pure un-bonnd-ed love Thou art; 



Come, Almighty to deliver, 
Let us all Thy grace receive; 
Suddenly return, and never, 
Never more Thy temple leave: 
Thee we would be always 
Serve Thee as Thy hosts above 
Pray,and praise Thee without ceas- 
Glory in Thy perfect lovel [ing, 



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4 Finish then Thy new creation; 
Pure and spotless let us be; 
Let us see Thy great salvation, 

■ Perfectly restored in Thee: 
Changed from glory into glory. 
Till in heaven we take our place. 
Till we cast our crowns before Thee, 
Lost in wonder, love and praise. 




• 1 My hope is built on noth-ing less Than Je-sus' blood and right-eous-ness; \ ^^ Christ the Sol-id 
■ I I dare not trust the sweet-est frame. But whol-ly lean on Je-r-"' ""■"" ' 




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1 When darkness veils His lovely face|3 HLs oath, His covenant, Bis blood |4 When He shall torn itilh tnmpet i 

I reot on His unchanging grace; Support me in the whelming flood; may! theninHim befounJ, 

In every high and stormy gale. When all around my soul gives way. Drest in His righteousness alone, 

Uy anchor holds within the vail. I He then h all n-.y fcopo and eUy. I Faultless to staad before tho lira:}. 



William W. How. 



O Jesus, Tf»ou Art Standing. 




1. Je-sus,Thou art standing Out-side tha fast-closed door.In lowly patience waiting To pass the threshold o'( 




We bear the name ol Christians 



lis name and sign we bear; shame.thrice shame upon us.To keep Him standing tberel 



1 Jesus, Thou art standing 

Outside the fast-closed door, 
In lowly patience waiting 

To pass the threshold o'er: 
We bear the name ot Christians, 

Bis name and sign we bear; 
shame, thrice shame upon us, 

To keep Him standing tberel 

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2 Jesus, Thou art knockLng; 

And lol that hand is scarred, 
And thorns Thy brow encircle. 

And tears Thy face have marred: 
love that passeth knowlege, 

So patiently to wait! 
sin that hath no equal 

So fast to bar the gate I 



3 Jesus Thou art pleading 

In accents meek and low, 
"I died for you, my children. 

And vrill ye treat me so?" 
Lord, with shame and sorrow 

We open now the door; 
Dear Savior, enter, enter. 

And leave us never morel 



The Heavenly Home. 

Arr. Rev. William McDonald. 

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j 8 My Father's house is ^uQt on high, 
Far, far above the -starry sky; 
■3iWhen from this earthly prison free, 
Tb&t heaveQly mansion 



285 



H. L. Hastings. 



3 While here, a stranger far from Ii«i» 
Affliction's waves may round me hta 
Although, like Lazarus, sick and poor, 
shall be| ^ £1; beavenlj mansion is tecore. 

Shall We Meet? 

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4 Let others seek ahome below, [flow: 
Which flames devour, or waves o'er 
Be mine the happier lot to own 
A beav'nl; mansion sear Ga tliro£C> 




J f Shall we meet be-yond the riv-er, Where the sur-ges cease to roll; \ 

■ l Where in all the bright for-ev-er, I Sor-row ne'er shall press the soul? 

2 J Shall we meet be-yond the riv-er. When onr atormj voyage is o'er? \^ 

* I Shall we meet and cast the anchor. 



D. C— Shall we meet be-yond the riv-er, 



/ By the bright ce-les-tial shore? 
Where the sur-ges cease to roll? 






ShaD we meet, shall we meet, Shall we meet beyond the river? 



3 Shall we meet in yonder city. 

Where the tow'rs of crystal shina; 
Where the walls are all of jasper, 
Built by workmanship divine? 



4 Shall we meet with Christ, our Savior, 
When He comes to claim His own? 
Shall we know His biassed favor, 
Aad sit down opon Ela tJirocef 



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1. A-wake my bodI in joy-fol lays And sing my great Redeemer's praise, He justly claims a song from me,, 

2. He saw me m - ined in the fall, Yet loved me not'-with-stand-ing all; He saved me from my lost estate,, 

3. Tho'nmneroushostaofmigbtyfoes.Tho'earthandbellmywayop-pose, He safely leads my souT a-long, 

4. When tronble,like a gloomy cload,Has gathered thick and thundered loud, He nearmysoulhas always stood. 




His lov-ing kindness, oh, how free! Loving kindness, loving kind-ness. His loving kindness, oh, how free! 
His loving kindness, oh, how greatl Lovmg kindness, loving kmd-ness, His loving kindness, oh,bow great! 
His lov-ing kindness, oh,how strong! Loving kindness, loving kind-ness. His loving kindne38,oh,how8trongI 
His lov-ing kindness, oh,how goodl Loving kindness, loving kind-ness, His loving kindness, oh, how good! 




J f Nearer ray God to Thee.Nearer to Thee, 
■ J E'en tho' it be a cross, (Omit.) That raiseth me, Stillallmysongshallbe,Nearer,myGod,toThee,) 
D.S.— Nearer, my God, to Thee, (Omit.) Near -er to Thee. -' 



2 Though like a wanderer. 

The sun gone down, 

Darkness be over me. 

My rest a stone; 
Yet in my dreams I'd be 
[Nearer, my God, to Thee; 
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3 There let the way appear 
Steps unto heaven; 
All that Thou sendest me. 

In mercy given; 
Angels to beckon me 
Nearer, my God, to Thee; 
Nearer to Theel 



4 Or if, on ]03rfnl wing. 

Cleaving the sky. 
Sun, moon, and starafoj^Vl 

Upward I fly. 
Still all my song shall be. 
Nearer, my God, to Tbeeiq 

Nearer to Theel 



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There Is a Land of Pure Delight. 



J. C. H. Rint. 



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' 1 la - fi - nite day ex - eludes the night. And pleas-nres ban - ish pain, J 
; flood Stands dressed in living green; 1 
stood. While Jordan rolled between. / 



2 ) Sweet fields be-yond the swell - in 
I So to the Jews old Ca-naan 



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Could we but climb wheraj 

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spring a-bides And never withering flowers: Death,like a narrow sea, divides This heav'nly land from ours. 
Moses stoodjAnd view the landscape o'er.Not Jordon's stream.nor death's cold flood.Should fright us from the shores 



My Jesus, As Thou Wilt 




1. My Je-sus, as Thou wilt! Oh, may Thy will be mine; In - to Thy hand of love I would my all re- - sign; 

2. My Je-sus, as Thou wilt! Tho'seen thro'many a tear.Let not my star of hope Grow dim or dis-ap-pear; 

3. My Je-sus, as Thou wilt! All shall be well for me; Each changing fu-tnre scene I glad-ly trust with Thee; 




Thro' sor- row, or thro' joy.Conduct me as Thine own, And help me still to say,"My Lord, Thy will be done."! 
Since Thou on earth hastwept,And sorrowedoft alone.If I must weep with Thee,"My Lord, Thy will be done."/ 
Straight to my home a-bove I trav - el calm-ly on. And sing, in life or death, "My Lord,Thy will be «' 




1. Lead, kindly Light,amid th'encircling gloom Lead Thou me on;The night is dark ,amd I am far from home; ^ 

2. I was not ever thus,nor prayed that Thou Shouldst lead me on;I loved to choose and see my path;but no\»| 

3. So long Thy pow'rhath blest me,sureit still will lead me on O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent,till 




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I not ask to see The distant scene,- 



Lead Thon me on: Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see The distant scene,— one step enough for me. 
Lead Thou me on; I loved the garish day,and,spite of fears,Pride ruled my will:Remember not past years. 
The night is gone; And with the mom those angel-faces smile.Which I have loved long since,and lost awhile. 



291 Break Tfiou the Bread of Life. 

IWary Ann latlitury. Willia 



1. Break Thou the bread of life, Dear Lord, to me',- As Thou didst break the-loaves Be-side the sea, 

2. Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, To me, to me, As Thou didat bless the bread By Gal - i - lee; 

3. Teach me to live, dear Lord, On - ly for Thee, As Thy <^ . ci - pies lived In Gal - i - lee; 

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yond the sa •> cred page I seek Thee, Lord; My spir - it pants for Thee, Liv - 
Then shall all bon-dage cease, All fet - ters fall. And 1 shall find my peace. My All 
Then, all my strug-gles o'er, Then, vic-t'ry won, I shall be-hold Thee, Lord,The Liv 



ing Word! 

in All. 

ing One. 



From Greenland's Icy Mountains. 

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ancient river. From many a pahn-y plain. They caH ns to de - Ev - er Their land from error's cham. 



' 2 What tho' the spicy breezes, 
Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle; 
Tho' every prospect pleases, 
And only man is vile? 
In vain with lavish kindness 
The gifts of God are strown, 
The heathen in his blindness. 
Cow dow n to wo od and stone. 



3 Shall we, whose serfs are lighted 
With wisdom from on higb. 
Shall we to men benighted 
The lamp of Ufe deny? 
Salvation I salvation! 
The joyfiil sound proclaim. 
Till earth's remotest nation 
Has leemed Messiah's name. 



4 Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, 
And y«a, ye waters, roll, 
I Till, like a sea of glory, 
|It spreads from pole to pole: 
Till o'er our ransomed nature 
The Lamb for sinners slain. 
Redeemer, King, Creator^ 
fn bliss retoms to reigo. 



293 Guide Me, TKou Great Jeliovafi. 

William WillUms. Tbomas Hastings. 



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i Guide me, Thou great Je-ho-vah, Pilgrim thro' this bar-ren land; 
1 1 am weak, but Thou art mighty, Keep me with Thy pow'r-ful hand; 
( - pen now the crys-tal fountain. Whence the healing wa-ters flow; 
1 Let the fiery, cloud-y pil - lar, Lead me all my journey through: 



' Bread of heaven, Feed me till I 
I Strong Deliverer.Be Thou still my 
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want no more: Bread of heaven, Feed me till I want no more, 
strength and shield; Strong DeUverer,Be Thou stillmystrength and shield. 



3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 
Bear me thro' the swelling current. 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 
Songs of praises 
I will ever give to Thee. 



294 



A Charge to Keep. 



Charles Wesley. 



1. A charge to keep 1 have, A God ( 




A nev-er dy-ing soul to save. And fit it for the sky. 



2 »o serve the present age. 
My calling to fulfill. 
Oh, may it all ray pow'rs engage, 
To do my Master's will. 



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3 Arm me with jealous care. 
As, in Thy sight to live; 
And oh, Thy servant, Lord, prepare, 
A strict account to give. 



4 Help me to watch and pmy. 
And on Thyself rely. 
Assured, if I my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 



295 

George Reitd. 



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I. How firm a fono-da-tion, ye saints of tfae Lord, Is laid for your faith in His ex • cel-Ient word! 
2."Fcar not; I am with thee; be not dis-mayed! For I am thy God, I will still give thee aid; 
3. "When through the deep waters I call thee to go. The riv - ers of sor- row shall not •o-ver-flow, 
4. "When through fiery tri-als thy path-way shall lie, My grace, all-suf - fi-cient, shaU be thy snp-ply, 



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I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand Up - held by my gra-cious, om-nip - o-tent hand. 


For I wiU be with thee.thy tri - als to bless, And sane - ti - fy to thee thy deep-est dis - tresfc 


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_ My sovereign, eternal, nnchangeable love; 
^And when hoary hairs shall their temples adorn, 
lidke Iambs they shaD still in my bosom be borne. 



'The sonl that on Jesus hath leaned for repose, 
I vriU not, I will not, desert to his foes; ' 

That soul, though all bell should endeavor to rill 
ru never, no, never, no, never forsake." ' 



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How Firm a Foundation. 



George Keitb. 



Portogallo. 



L How firm a toaodation, ye saints of the Lord, Is laid for yoor faith in His excellent wordi What more can H* 




say than to you He hath said,To you.wbo for refuge to Jesus have fled? To yon.who for refuge to Jesus iMve fled? 




J e Ring the bells of heaven! there is joy to-day, For a soul re-turn-lng from the wild; > 
\ Seel the Father meets him out upon the way, Wel-coming His weary wand'ring child, j 
„ I Ringthe bells of heaven! there is joy to-day. For the wand'rer now is re-con-ciled; i 
^' \ Yes, a soul is rescued from his sinful way, And is born a-new a ransomed child, f 
„ I Ringthe bells of heavenlspreadthe feast today, Angels swell the glad triumphant strain, i 
**• \ Tell the joy-f ul tidings! bear it far a - way, For a precious soul is born a - gain. / 




P.C— 'Tisthe ransom'd army, like a mighty sea, Pealing forth the anthem of tha free, 



Ring the Bells of Heaven. 



CHORUS. 



D.C. 




298 The Son of God Goes Forth to War. 

R. Beber. H. S. Coder 




1. The Sod oi Qod goes forth to war.A kingly crono to gaiD;His blood-red banner streams afar;Wbo follows in His trainf 




Wbo best can drink his cup of woe, Triiimphant overpain, Who patient bears I 




2 That martyr first, whose eagle eye 
Could pierce beyond the grave; 
Who saw His Master in the sky; 
And called or. Hhn to save. 
Like Him.with pardon on His tongue 
b midst of inortal pain, [wrong, 
Hepray'dfor thefn that did the 
iWbo follows in His train? 

299 

George Da£iel(l. 



A noble band, the chosen few, 
On whom the Spirit came; [knew, 
Twelve valiant saints.their hope they 
And mock'd the cross aad flame. 
They met the tyrant's brandish'd 
The lion's gory mane; 1 [steel. 
They bowed their heads the stroke 
Who follows in their train?[t(i feeJ, 

Stand Up for Jesus. 



; A noble army, men and boys, 
The matron and the maid, 
Around the Savior's throne re)oic«i 
In robes of light arrayed; 
They cPimbed the steep ascent ol 
Thro' peril, toil, and pain, [heav'n, 
God, to Ds may grace be giv'n. 
To follow ID their train. 



G.J.Webfc. 



1. Stand up, stand up for Je • 



Ye sold-iers of the cross; Lift high His roy - al ban - ner, 
D. 5.— Tilf ev - 'ry foe is vanquished 




It must not Buf - fer loss: From vie -fry un-to vie - fry His arm - y shall He lead. 
And Christ is Lord in - deed. ^^^ . 



2 Stand op, stand up for Jesus, 
The trumpet call obey; 
Forth to the mighty conflict, 
In this His glorious day, 
"Ye that are men, now serve Him," 
Against unnumbered foes; 
Yonr courage rise with danger. 
And strength to strength oppoe*. 



3 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

Stand in His strength alone; 
The arm of flesh will fail you; 

Ye dare not trust your own, 
Put on the gospel armor, 

Each piece put on with prayer; 
Where duty calls, or danger, 

Be never wanting there. 



4 Stand up, stand np for Jesus, 

The strife will not be long; 
This day the noise of battle, 

The next the victor's song; 
To Him that overcometh^, 

A crown of life shall be; 
He with the King of glory 

Shall reign eternally. 



300 



Yield Not To Temptation. 



BY PERMISSION OF 



H. R. Pafaner. 




J t Yield not to temp-ta - tion, For yield-ing is 
• •* Fight man-f ul - ly on - ward, Dark passions sub ■ 



Each vic-t'ry will help yoa 
due. Look ev - er to Je - sua, 



2 i Shun e - vil com-pan - ions, Bad language dis - dain, God's name hold in rev'rence, 
''• i Be tho't-ful and earn-est, Kind-heart-ed and true, Look ev - er to Je - sus, 
g fTo him that o'er-com - eth, God gi?-etha crown. Thro' faith we shall con-quer, 
•IH« who is our Sav-iour, Our strength will re-new. Look ev - er to Je-sus, 




Some oth - er to win; He'll car - ry you thro'. 

Nor take it in vain; He'll car - ry you thro'. Ask the Sav-iour to help you. 

The' of - ten cast down; He'll car - ry you thro.' 




Somfort, strengthen.and keep you; He is will-ing to aid you, He will car - ry you thro'. 



101 When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. 

COPYRIGHT. 1893. BY CHiS. H. G/iBRIEL. 
B. M. J. USED BY PER OF J. M. BL4CK, OvVNER. 



J. M. Black. 



« j When the trum-pet of the Lord shall sound.and time shall b« no more, And vhe 
I When the saved of earth shall gath-er o - ver on the oth - er shore, And the 

2 j On that bright and cloudless morning when the dead in Christ shall rise, And tha 
I When His chos - en ones shall gath-er to their home beyond the skies, And the 

o j Let us la - bor for the Mas - ter from the dawn till set of sun, Let us 

**• (Then when all of life is 




ja&m-ing breaks, e-ter - nal bright and fair; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, 
glo - ry of His res -ur-rec- tion share; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, 
talk ©fall His wondrous love and care; roll is called up yonder, I'll be there. 

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When the roll is called up yon - der. When the roll is called np 

When the roll is called up yonder, I'll be there, When the roll is called up 



When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. 




yon - der, When the roll is called up yon - der, When the 

yon-der,I'U be there. When the roll is called up yon - der. When the 



302 



Higliei* Groundo 



Rev. JoI.li 



Chas. e. Gabriel. 



1, I'm pressing oa the up-ward way. New heights I'm gaining ev-'ry day; 

2, My heart has no de-sire to stay Where doubts a-rise and fears dis-may; 
3. 1 want to live a-bove the world, Tho' Sa-tan's darts at me are hurled. 
4,1 want to scale the ut-most height, And catch a gleam ol glo-ry tright; 




Still pray-ing as I on-ward bound,"Iord,plant my feet on fcJgh-e? gTOund." 
Tho' some may dwell where these abound,My prayer,my aim is high-er ground. 
For faith has caught the joy-ful sound, The song of saints on high-er ground. 
But still I'll pray till heav'a I've found, "Lord, lead me on to high-er ground." 



D. S.—than I have foand, Lord,pIanfi my feet on bigh-or erounS. 
Chorps. ^ } ^ i» K I ». k k^l f* ► K B.S. 

lord, lilt me op, and I shall stand By faith, on heaven's table-land; A higher plane 



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Charles Wesley, Alt. 



Blessed Be tlie Name. 



Har, byj. M. Hant. 



^ 10 for a thou-sand tongues to sing, Bless-ed ba thanamaol the LordI, t 

*• ITboglo-ries of my God and KingI Bless-ed ba thenama Jof the. lordf. 

•g I Je>8us!the name that charms our fears, Bless-ed be the name of the liStH] 1 

' ' I 'Tis mu - sic in thesin^oer'a ears, Bless-ed bo the name loJ the- LordI 

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Sless-ed be the came, bless-ed be the name, Bless-ed be the name of the Lord! of the lordl 




8 Re breaks the pow'r of canceled ein. Blessed be etc. 14 I never shall forget that day. Blessed ba etc, 

fiis blood caa make the foulest dm, Bless^t} be etw \^ \!f\eo3jvi» wajji^ oy «ia3 away, SI;ss«d ^$ tl^ 



304 One Sweetly Solemn Tfiouglit. 

Miss Phoebe Carey. ^ Philip Phillips. 



1.. Ono sweetly sol-emo tbo't Comes to me o'er and o'er; Vm near-er home to^y, tq-day. Than I have been be - fore. 




2 Nearer my Father's 
Where many mansions be; 

Nearer the great white throne to-day, 
Nearer the crystal sea. 



3 Nearer the bonnd of life, 
Where burdens are laid down; 

Nearer to leave the cross to-day, 
And nearer to the crown. 



4 Be near me when my feet 
Are slipping o'er the brink; 

For I am nearer home to-day. 
Perhaps, than now I think. 



Is My Name Written There? 



Frank M. Davis. 




1. Lord, I r care not for riches, Neither sUver nor gold; I woald make sore of heaven, I woold ent-er the fold; In the 
l boolt of Thy kingdom. With its pages so fair, [OmiY • ♦ • • i r. ) 

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D. S. — In the book of Thy Icingdom, Is ny name written there? 



2 Lord, my sins they are many, Like the sands of the sea 
Bnt Thy blood, my Savior, Is sufficient for me; 
For Thy promise is written In bright letters that glow, 

•' Jho'your sins be as scarletjl win make Hen like snow." 



3 Oh I that beautiful city, With mansions of light, 
With its glorified bemgs. In pure garments of white; 
Where po evil thing cometh To despoD what is twr; 
Where the angels. are vitchiog.ls mj name vmtten thereT 



306 



Work, For the NigKt is Coming. 



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I Work lor the night is com-ing. Work thro' the mommg hours; 
^' ' Work while the dew b sparkling, Work 'mid springing flow'rs.Work^en the day grow* 





2 Work, for-th'e night is coming, 
' Work through the sonny noon; 
Fill brightest bonis with labor, 

Rest comes sure and soon. 
Give every flying minntei " 

Somethmg to keep in store; 
Work, for the night is coming. 

When man works no vaote. 



3 Work, for the night is commg. 

Under the snnset sky; 
While the bri^t tints are ^ovinft 

Work, for daylight flies. 
Work till the last beam f adeth, 

Fadeth to shine no more, 
Work while the ci^t is darkenjc^^ 

Wltoo mttD'a work is »'«• 



Gome, Thou Almighty King 




1. Come, Thou Al - might - y King, 

2. Come, Thou in -xar-nateWord, 

3. Come, ho - ly Com - fort - er, 

4. To the great One in Three, 



Help us Thy name to sing, Help us to praise: Fa - ther 'all- 
Gird on Thy might - y sword, Our prayer at-tend; Come, and Thy 
Thy sa - cred wit - ness bear In this glad hour; Thou who al- 
The high - est prais - es be Hence, ev-er morel His sov'reign 




glo - ri-ous, O'er all vie - to - ri - ous, Come, and reign o - ver us, An - cient of daysf ' 

peo - pie bless, And give Thy Word sue - cess: Spir - it of -hoi -i-ness, On us de - scend! 

might - y art. Now rule in ev - 'ry heart, And ne'er from ua de-part, Spir - it of pow'rl 

maj - ea - ty May we in glo • ry see. And to e - ter - ni - ty Love and a - dorel 




308 



Alas! and Did My Savior Bleed? 




1. AlasI and did my Savior bleed? And did m; Sovereign die? WoDid He'devote that sacred bead For such awonD as 17 

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9 Was it for crimes that I have done, 3 Well might the sun in darkness hide|4 But drops of grief can ne'er repay 

He groaned upon the tree? I And shut His gloriesln, [died, The debt of love I owe: ^ 

Amazing pity! grace onkncwal | When Christ, the mighty Maker, I Here, Lord, I give myself away^— 

. And love beyoDd degree! ( For uao, the creature's sin. 1 'Tis all t^at I caa do. 

309 

I. Watts. 



Joy to tlie World. 



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1. Joy to the world! the Lord is come; Let earth re-ceivc her King; Let ev - 'ry heart pre-pare~Him 

2. Joy to the worldl the Sav-ior reigns;. Let men their songs em-ploy; While fields and fioods.rocks.hiUs.and 

3. No more let sin and sor- row grow, Nor thorns in-fest the ground; He comes to make His bless - ings 

4. He rules the world with truth and grace, And makes the na-tions prove The glo - ries of His right-eous- 




room. And hcav'n and nature sing, ' And heav'n and nature sing, And heav'n, and heav'n and nature sing, 
plains, Repeat the sounding joy, Re-peat the sounding joy. Re - peat, re • peat the sounding joy. 

flow Far as the curse is found, Far as the curse is found, Far as, far as the curse is found, 
ness, And wonders of His love. And wonders of His love, And wonders, won-ders of His love. 




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310 



Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned. 




1. Ma • jes • tic sweetness sits enthroned Upon the Sav-ior's brow; 

2. No raor-tai can with Him com-pare, A-mong the sons of men; 

3. He saw me plunged in deep dis-tress, And flew to my re • lief; 



His head with radiant glories crowned. 
Fair - er is He than all the faix 
For me He bore the shame-ful cross. 




His lips with grace o'er-flow, His lips with grace o'er-flow. 
That fill the heav'nly train, That fill the heav'nly train. 
And car-ned all my grief. And car-ried all my grief. 



4 To Him I owe my life and breath. 
And all the joys I have: 
He make me trimnph over death. 
And saves me from the grave. 

5 Since from His bounty I receive 
Such proofs of love divine, 
Had I a thousand hearts to give. 
Lord, they should all be tbint. 




f The great Phy-si-cian now is near, The sym-pa-thiz-mg Je • 
■ I He speaks the drooping heart to cheer.O hear the voice of Je • 
D. S.— Sweetest car - ol ev • er sung, "^ Je - sus, bless-ed Je ■ 



Sweetest note in ser-aph song, \ 
. Sweetest name on mortal tongue, f 




Your many sins are all forgiven, 
Oh I hear the voice of Jesus; 
Go on your way m peace to heaven, 
And wear a aown nitb Jesos. 



3 All glory to the dying' Lambl 
I now believe in Jesus; ^ 
I love the blessed Savior's nan 

A love tbe oame of Jesaa. 



4 His name dispels myguilt and fear. 
No other name but Jesus; 
Ohl how my soul delights to hear 
The cbarmiog name of Jesus. 



312 



Fade, Fade Each Earthly Joy. 



Mrs. Horatias Bonar 




1. Fade, fade, each earthly joy, Je 

2. Tempt not my soul a - way, Je 

3. Farewell, ye dreams of night, Je 

4. Fare-well, mor • tal - i • ty, Je 



sus is mine! Break ev - 'ry ten • der tie, Je - sus is mine I 

BUS is minel Here would I ev - er stay, Je - sus is mine) 

sus is mineil Lost in this dawn-ing light, Je • sus is minel 

minel Wei - come e - ter - ni - ty, Je - sus is minel 




Dark is the vsil - der-ness, Earth has no rest-ing place, Je - bus a • lone can bless, Je - sus is i 
Per • ish - ing thmgs of clay, Bom for but one brief day, Pass from my heart a-way, Je - sus is mine! 
All that my soul Las tried Left but a die - mal void, Je - sus has sat - is - fied, Je - sus is mine! 
Welcome, loved and blest, Welcome.sweet scenes of rest, Welcome.my Savior's breast, Je - sus is minel 



31S 

Cfiarles Wesley. 




1. A -rise, my son), a-rise. Shake off thy gnilt-y fears; The bleeding Sac- ri -flee In thy be-half appears; 
2." He ev • er lives a-bove, For me to in- ter-cede; His all- re-deem-ing love His pre-cions blood to plead; 



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Before the throne my Surety standSjMy name is written on His hands.My name is writ - ten oa HisTianda. 
His blood atoned for all our race, And sprinkles now the throne of grace, And sprinkles now the throne of grac«. 




CHO.— fli* Spirit answers io the blood. And tells me lam born of God, And tells 
3 Five bleeding wounds He bears. 



Received on Calvary; 
They pour effectual prayers. 

They strongly plead for me; 
*'Forgive him, forgive," they cry 
"Nor let the ransomed sinner die," 
f'Nor let the ransomed sinner die." 



4 The Father hears Him pray> 
His dear Anointed One; 
Be cannot turn away 

The presence of His Son: 
His Spirit aaswers to the blood, 
And tells me I am bom of God, 
And tells me I am bom of God. 



am born qf Goi> 
5 To God I'm reconciled; 

His pardoning voice I bear; 
Be owns me for His child; 

I can no longer fean 
With confidence I now draw nigh. 
And "Father, Abba, Father," ciy, 
Aud"Jather, Abba, Father," 035 



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W. L. T. 



There's a Great Day Coming. 



Will L. Tbompsoo. 



1. There's a great day coining, A great day coming,There's a great day com-ing by and by; 

2. There's a bright day coming, A bright day coming,There's a bright day com-ing by and by; 

3. There's a sad day coming, A sad day coming.There's a sad day com-ing by and by; 




When the saints and the sinners shall be parted right and left. 

But its brightness shall only com* to them that love the Lord, Are you ready for that day to ( 

When the sinner shall hear his doom,"Depart,I know ye not," 

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Are you ready? Are yon ready? Are you ready for the judgment day? For the judgment day? 

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315 

Dr. J. M. Gray. 



WFiat Did He Do? 



USED BY PERMISSION OF 0. F. PUGH. 



W.Onen. 



list -en to our won-drous'sto - ry, Count-ed once a - mong the lost; 

Yet.Onecamedown from heaven's glo - ry Sav - ing us at aw - f ul cost! ! 

No an - gel could His place have tak - en. High -est of the high tho' he; 

ThelovedOne on the cross for - sak - en Was one of the God-head three!: 

His scep-tre hum - bly bow? " 
■will save you, save you now. J 



( Will you Bur - rend-er to this Sav-iour? To 
c You, too shall come to know His fav - or. He 




Who saved us from e - ter-nal loss? What did He do? 

Who but God's Son up - on the cross? Ho 




died for youl 



Where IS He now? In heav-eu in-ter-ced - ing! 

Be - lieve it thou. In heav-en in - ter - ced - ing! 



316 



'Whosoever Will/ 



p. p. B. 



j "Who-soever heareth,"shout,shoTit the sound! Spread the blessed tidings all the world around; 
I Tell the joyful news wher-ev-er man is found: 

; Who-so-ev-er com-eth need not de-lay, Now the door is o-pen, en-ter while you may; 
; Je - sus is the true, the on-ly Liv-ing Way: 

' "Who-so-ev-er will!"the promise is socure;" Who-so-ev-er will,"f or ev-er must endure; 
"Who-so-ev-er will!" 'tis life for-ev-er-more: 




'Who-so-ev-er will may come." "Who-so-ev-er will, who-so-ev-er will:" Send the 



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proc-la-ma-tion o - ver vale and hill; 'Tis a lov-inj, Father calls the wand'rer home: 



317 On Jordan's Stormy Banks. 

Rev. Samnel Stennett. T. c. 0K4NE OWNER of copyright 

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« l On Jor - dan'8 storm-y banks I stand, 
I To Ca - naan's fair and bap • py land^ 



And cast ft ^^'ful ejOt >- 

Wbere f fflj poa«8es-aons Ge. 




3 0l'eraimio8e«id»«xtendedpl^n8, 
Sbines one eternal day; 
There God the Son forever reigns, 
And aeatten night away. 



3 When8hanireachthathappyplace,4 Filled with delight, my raptured sod 
And be forever blest? ^ I Would here no longer stay; 

When shall I see my Father's face, | Tho'Jordan's waves around me it^ 
And in His bostun rest? ( Fearless I'd launch away. 



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The Home Over There. 

T. C. O'KANE. OWNER OF COPYRIGHT. 



Tallias C. O'Kane. 



^^ 1.0 think of the home o-Ter there,. By the side of theriy»er of light,; Whfirethesainfe^alliiti* 
8. think of thefriendso-verthere, j Who be-fore ns the journey have tro(^ Of the songs that they 

3, My Sav - ior is no* o-ver there, t There my kindreds and friends are at rest, Then a • way from ray , 

4, ru soon be at home o-ver there. For the end of my joni^ey I see; Ma<ny dear to myj 

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mor-tal and fair. Are robed in theirgannents of white, ^O-Tertbero, O-wr there, think of tha 
breathe on the air, In their home in the palace of God, , " O think of tha 

8or - TOW and care. Let me fly to the land of the blest. My Sav-ior is 

heart, o'- ver there. Are watching and waiting for me.over therBVOverlliCTe', oterthere.I'U soon be aC 




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home over there, O-ver there, ' " o-ver there, O-Ter there, think of the home o-ver there, 

friends over there, think of the friends o-ver there, 

now over there. My Sav-ior is now o-vcr there, 

home over there,0Tn Here. Over there. I'll soon be at homo &-ver there. 



B19 

F. J. Crosby. 



Blessed Assurance. 

COPYRIGHT. 1873. Br JOS. F. KNAPP. 



Mrs. J. F. KlUl»p. 




1. Bless-ed as * sur - ance, Je-sus is minel Oh, what a fore-taste of glo - ry di - vinel 

2. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, per-fect de- light, Vis-ions of rap - tore now burst on my sight, An-geb de» 

3. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, all is at rest, I, in my Sav-ior am hap -py and blest. Watching an^ 




Ta - tion, pur-chase of God, Bom of His Spir - it, washed in His blood. 

Bcend-ing, bring from a-bove, Ech - oes. of mer - cy, whis-pers of love. Thisia my eto • ry, 

wait- ing, look -ing a-bove, Filled with His goodness, lost in His love. 




this is my song, Prabing my Sav • ior all- the day long; This is my sto - ry, this is lay song; 



B20 

i. H. Gilmore. 



He Leadeth Me. 



Wm. B. Bradbary. 




1. He lead-eth me! Hess - ed tho't! words with heav'nly com-fort franghtl What-e'er I do, i 

2. Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, By waters still, o'er , 

3. Lord, I would clasp Thy hand in mine, Nor ev - er mur - mur or re - pme. Con - tent, what-ev - et ' 

4. And when my task on earth is done,Wheii,by Thy grace, the vict'iy's won,E'en death's cold wave 1 




r 

e'er 1 te, Still 'tis God's hand that iead-eth me. 

trouWed sea. Still 'tis God's hand that lead-eth me. He lead-eth me. He lead-eth me. By His own 

lot I- see, Since'tis God's hand that lead-eth Ine. 

will mt flee. Since God thro' Jor - dan lead-eth me. 




lead-eth me; His faith - fnl fol-low'r I would be, For by His hand 
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Cfirist Arose! 



COPTRIGHT, 1902, BY MARY RUNYON LOWRY. RENEWAL. 
USED BY PERMISSION, 



RoEert LoweS' 



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1. Low m the grave He lay, Je-sus,my Saviour! Waiting the eomingday, Je-sus,my LordI 

2. Vainly they watch His l)ed,Je-sus,my Saviour! Vain-ly they seal the dead,Je-sus,my Lord! 

3. Death cannot keep his prey, Jesu6,my Saviour! He tore the bars a - way,Je-sus,my Lord! 



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fell' 




'sainlstoreiga;He a -rose! Ha a -[rose! Eal-le -lu-jah!Christa-roseI 

He a-rose! ' Ee a-roset 



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Hallelujah! What a Savior! 



P.P.B. 



P. P. Bhas. 



l."Maa of Sor-rows," what a name For the Son of God who came 

2. Bear-inf shame and scoff-ing rude, In my place eon-demned He stood, 

3. Guilt - y, vile and help-less we; Spot - less Lamb of Ged was He; 

4. Lift - ed up was He to die, "It is fin-ished," was His cry; 

5. When He comes, our glo-rious King, All His ran-somed home to bring, 
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Ru - ined sin - ners to re - claim! Hal - le - lu - jah! wha<; a Sav - lour! 

Sealed my par - don with His blood; Hal - le - lu - jahl what a Sav - iour! 

"Full a - tone-ment!" can it be? Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav - iour! 

Now in heav'n ex - alt - ed hij^h, Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav - iour! 

Then a - new this song we'll sing, Hal - le - lu - jah! what a Sav - iourl 



S. Filbnore Bennett. 



Sweet By-and-by. 



BY PERMISSION. 



/os. p. Webster. 



1. There's a land that is fairer than day, And by faith we caaeee it a -far; For the Fa-tier waits 
'2. We shall sing on that bean-ti-fnl shore The me - lo - di - 0113 songs of the blest, And onr spir-its shall 
3. To our boun - ti - £ul Fa - ther a • bove. We will of - far our trib - ut? of praise. For the glo - ri - oob 




« • ver the way, To pre - pare us a dwelling placS there. ^, _ 

flor • row no more, Not a sigh for the bless-ing of rest. In the sweet by-and-by^ Wei 

gift ol His love. And the blesangs that hallow our days. / ^ infteaweoih b J iy-ina-by. 




1. There is a gate that stands a-jar, And, thro' its portals gleam-ing; A radiance from the Cross a -iar 

2. That gate a • jar stands free for all Who seek thro' itsaNva-tion; Thericbandpoor,the great and smaD, 






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3 Press onward,then,tho' foes may frovn* 

While mercy's gate is open. 
Accept the cross, and win the crovQti 
Love's everlasting token. 

4 Beyond the river's brink we'll Ia| 

The cross that here is given. 
And bear the crown of life away. 
And love Him more in beaveiit 



325 

J. B. S. 



Only Trust Him. 



J. H. Stockton. 



1. Come ev - 'ry bouI by sin oppress'd, There's mercy with the Lord.'And He will surely give yon rest By 

2. For Je - SU8 shed His precious blood, Rich bless-ings to bestow; Plunge now in-to the crimson flood That 

3. Yes, Je - bus is the Truth, the Way, That leads you in-to rest; Be - lieve in Him^ with-out de-lay, And 

4. Come, then, and jom this ho- ly band, And on to glo - ry go. To dwell in that ce-les-tial land.Wher© 




trust-ing in His word. 



wasb-es white as snow. I On - Fy trust Him, on - ly trust Him, On-Iy trust Him now; t 

you are ful - ly blest. J He will save you, He wiD save you. He will.. » Jsaveyoai 

joys im-mer-tal flow. _ p«. 



326 

Philip Doddridge. 



Happy Day. 



f 6 hap • py day that fixed my choice On Thee, my Sav-ior and my God I » 

I Well may this glowing heart re - joice. And tell its rap-tures all a-broad. f Hap-py day, hap-py day, 

f hap - py bond, that seals my vows To Him who mer - its all my love! 1 

I Let cheerful an-thems fill His house. While to that sacred shrine I move. J Hap-py day, hap-py day, 

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watch and pray j 
ev-'ry day; 



When Jesns washed my sins away 1 1 He taught me how to 
' I And hve re - joic - i 



'Tib done this great transaction'^ 

done; 
'. am my Lord's, and He is mlna; 
He drew me,' and I followed on, 
Charmed to confess the voice divines' 

4 Now rest, my long-divided heart; ( 
Fixed on this blissful centre, rest; I 
Nor ever from thy Lord depart, # 1 
With Him of every good possessedw^ 




1. We praise Thee, Godl For the Son of Thy love. For Je - bus who died And is now gone a - bove. 

2. We praise Thee, Godl For Thy Spir - it of light. Who has shown us our Savior.And scattered our night. 

3. All glo-ryand praise To the Lamb that was slain, Who has borne all our sins And has cleansed ev'ry stain. 

4. Be - Vive us a - gain; Fill each heart with Thy love; May each soul be re-kindled With fire from a-bove. 




Hal - lo-lu-jahl Thine the glo - ry, Hal - le - In - jahl A - meni 



gain. 



328 Battle Hymn of the Republic. 

Jnlia Ward Howe. Melody, "Glory BallelujaL." 



1. Mine eyes have seen the glo - 17 of the com • tag of the Lord; He is tramp-ling out the 

2. I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hmi-dred cir-cling camps; They have builded Him an 

3. He has soond-ed forth the tromp-et that shaQ nev - er call re - treat; He is sift - ing out the 

4. In the beaa-ty of the lil - ies, Christ was bom a - «ross the sea, With a glo • ry in His 




vin-tage where the grapes of wrath ar3 stored; He hath loosed the lato-ful lisit-ning of His ter - ri- 
al • tar in the eve - ning dews and damps; I can read His richt-eous sentence by the dim and 
hearts of men be- fore Hisjadg-ment seat; be swif', oy sod, to an - swer Him! be jn - bi- 
bo - som that trans - fig - ores yoa and me; As He died to make men ho - ly, let us die to make 




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ble swift sword; His truth is marching on. 

flar - ing lamps, His day is marching on. ( Glo - ryl glo-ry, hal-le - In-jah! Glo-ryl glo-ry, hal-le-ta- jahl 

lant my feet, Onr God is marcMng on. ( Glo - ryl glo-ry, hal-le - hi-jahl (D.S.2d time.) 

make men free, While God is marching on. 



329 



God Be With You. 



J. E. Ranfcin, D, D. 



W. G. Tomer. 



1. God be with you till we meet again, By His counsels guide, uphold you, With His sheep securely fold yon, 

2. God bo with yon till we meet again, 'Neath His wings securely hide you, Daily manna still di - vide yon,. 

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3 God be with you till we meet again. 
When life's perils thick confound you. 
Put His arms unfailing round you, 
God be with you till we meet again. 

1 God be with you till we meet again. 
Keep love's banner floating o'er you. 
Smite death's threafniog wave before yo%.j 
God be with you till we meet again. 



Gloria Patri, No. 1. 



Gbarles Meineke. 




Glo • ry be to the Fa • ther, and to the Son, and to the Ho - ly Ghost; As 




Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho • ly Ghost; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev - er shaU be, world with - ont end, A - men. 



332 All People That On Earth Do Dwell. 

Psalm 100. Loois Bonrgeoia. 



1. AD peo • pie that on earth do dwell. Sing to the Lord with cheer-ful voice;Hini serve with mirth, Hi* 

2. Know that the Lord is God in-deed; With-out our aid He did ua make;We are His flock, He 
PraUt Cod from whom all btestingtfloui, Praise JSim all erealnret here below; Praise Him a • bove y« 

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praise forth tell, Come ye be - fore Him and re • Joice. 
doth U3 feed. And for His sheep He doth us take. 
ktav'niy hostt; Praite Father, Son and Bo • lyGhoiL 



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3 enter then His gales with joy, 
Within His courts His praise proclaim. 

Let thankful songs your tongues employ, 
bless and magnify His name. 

4 Because the Lord our God is good. 
His mercy is forever sure; 

His truth at all times firmly i 
And shall from age to age eodort. 




Praise Father,Son,and Holy Ghost.Praiae God from whom all blessings flow;Praise Him all creatures here below; 



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334 The Blessed Man. 

Blessed is the man that walketh 
not in the counsel of the ungodly, 
nor standeth in the way of sinners, 
nor sitteth in the seat of the scorn- 
ful. 

But his delight is in the law of 
the Lord; and in his law doth he 
meditate day and night. 

And he shall be like a tree 
planted by the rivers of water, 
that bringeth forth his fruit in his 
season; 

His leaf also shall not wither; 
and whatsoever he doeth shall 
prosper. 

The ungodly are not so: but are 
like the chaff which the wind 
driveth away. 

Therefore the ungodly shall not 
stand in the judgment, nor sinners 
in the congregation of the right- 
eous. 

For the Lord knoweth the way 
of the righteous: 

But the way of the ungodly shall 
perish. 



335 



Salvation. 



I will lift up mine eyes unto the 
hills, from whence cometh my 
help. 

My help cometh from the Lord, 
which made heaven and earth. 

He will not suffer thy foot to be 
moved: he that keepeth thee will 
not slumber. 

Behold, he that keepeth Israel 
shall neither slumber nor sleep. 
' The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord 
is thy shade upon thy right hand 

The sun shall not smite thee by 



day, nor the moon by night. 

The Lord shall preserve thee 
from all evil: he shall preserve thy 
soul. 

The Lord shall preserve thy go- 
ing out and thy coming in from 
this time forth, and even for ever- 
more. 

The Lord is my light and my 
salvation; whom shall. I fear? 

The Lord is the strength of my 
fe; of whom shall I be afraid? 

When the wicTced, even mine ene- 
mies and my foes, came upon me 
to eat up my flesh, they stumbled 
and fell. 

Though an host should encamp 
against me, my heart shall not 
fear: though war should rise 
against me, in this will I be con- 
fident. 

One thing have I desired of the 
Lord, that will I seek after; that 
I may dwell in the house of the 
Lord all the days of my life, 

To behold the beauty of the 
Lord, and to inquire in his temple. 



336 Winning Soals. 

For we are laborers together 
with God. 

The field is the world. 

Behold, I say unto you. Lift up 
your eyes and look on the fields, 
for they are white already to har- 
vest. 

He first findeth his own brother. 
Simon, and saith unto him, We 
have found the Messias. . . . 
And he brought him to Jesus. 

Let him know that he which 
converteth the sinner from the 



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error of his way, shall save a soul 
from death, and shall hide a mul- 
titude of sins. 

And they that be wise shall 
shine as the brightness of the 
firmament, and they that turn 
many to righteousness, as the 
stars, for ever and ever. 

They that sow in tears shall 
reap in joy. 

He that goeth forth and reap- 
eth, bearing precious seed, shall 
doubtless come again with rejoic- 
ing, bringing his sheaves with him. 

His Lord said unto him, Well 
done, good and faithful servant; 
thou hast been faithful over a few 
things, I will make thee ruler over 
many things. Enter thou into the 
joy of thy Lord. 

And let us not be weary in well 
doing, for in due season we shall 
reap if we faint not. 



3S7 Our Refuge 



He that dwelleth in the secret 
place of the Most High shall abide 
under the shadow of the Almighty. 

I will say of the Lord, He is my 
refuge and my fortress: my God; 
in him will I trust. 

Surely he shall deliver thee from 
the snare of the fowler, and from 
the noisome pestilence. 

He shall cover thee with his 
feathers, and under his wings shalt 
thou trust: his truth shall be thy 
shield and buckler. 

Thou shalt not be afraid for the 
terror by night; nor for the arrow 
that flieth by day; 

Nor for the pestilence that walk- 
eth in darkness; nor for the de- 
struction that wasteth at noon- 
day. 

A thousand shall fall at thy 
side, and ten thousand at thy right 
hand; but it shall not come nigh 
thee. 

Only with thine eyes shalt thou 
behold and see the reward of the 
wicked. 

Because thou hast made the 
Lord, which is my refuge, even 
the Most High, thy habitation; 



there shall no evil befall thee, 
neither shall any plague come nigh 
thy dwelling. 

For he shall give his angels 
charge over thee, to keep thee in 
all thy ways. 

They shall bear thee up in their 
hands, lest thou dash thy foot 
against a stone. 

Thou shalt tread upon the lion 
and adder: the young lion and the 
dragon shalt thou trample under 
feet. 

Because he hath set his love 
upon me, therefore will I deliver 
him: 

I will set him on high, because 
he hath known my name. 

He shall call upon me, and I 
will answer him: I will be with 
him in trouble; I will deliver him, 
and honor him. 

With long life will I satisfy him, 
and show him my salvation. 

338 All for Jesus. 

Come out from among them, 
and be ye separate, saith the Lord, 
and touch not the unclean thing. 

For this is the will of God, even 
your sanctification. 

Forasmuch as ye know that ye 
were not redeemed with cor- 
ruptible things, as silver and gold, 
but with the precious blood of 
Christ. 

Cast thy burden upon the Lord, 
and he shall sustain thee: he shall 
never suffer the righteous to be 
moved. 

Are not two sparrows sold for a 
farthing? and one of them shall 
not fall on the ground without 
your Father. 

Fear ye not, therefore, ye are of 
more value than many sparrows. 

A bruised reed shall he not 
break, and the smoking flax shall 
he not quench. 

Come unto me. all ye that labor 
and are heavy laden, and T will 
give you rest. 

For we have not an high priest 
which can not be touched with the 
feeling of our infirmities; but was 



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Responsive Readings^. 



in all points tempted like as we 
are, yet without sin. 

But if we walk in the light, as 
he is in the light, we have fellow- 
ship one with another, and the 
blood of Jesus Christ his Son 
cleanseth us from all sin. 

For both he that sanctifieth and 
they who are sanctified are all of 
one: for which cause He is not 
ashamed to call them brethren. 

Love not the world. If any man 
love the world, the love of the 
Father is not in him. 

For all that is in the world, the 
lust of the flesh, and the lust of the 
eyes, and the pride of life, is not 
of the Father, but is of the world. 

And the world passeth away, and 
the lust thereof; but he that doeth 
the will of God abideth forever. 



a God, 



ddy rraism 

O worship the Lord in the beauty 
of holiness. 

Let us come before his presence 
with thanksgiving, and make a 
joyful noise unto him with psalms. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and 
all that is within me, bless his 
holy name. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and 
forget not all his benefits. 

Who forgiveth all thine iniqui- 
ties, who healeth all thy diseases; 

Who redeemeth thy life from de- 
struction; who crowneth thee with 
loving kindness and tender mer- 
cies. 

The Lord is merciful and grac- 
ious, slow to anger and plentious 
in mercy. ,^ 

He hath not dealt with us after 
our sins, nor rewarded us accord- 
ing to our iniquities. 

As far as the east is from the 
west, so far hath he removed our 
transgressions from us. 

Like as a father pitieth his chil- 
dren, so the Lord pitieth them that 
fear him. 

O Lord, open thou my lips; and 
i-'iy mouth shall show forth thy 
praise. 



give thanks unto the Lord, 
for his mercy endureth forever. 

340 Praise and Prayer. 

1 was glad when they said unto 
me. Let us go into the house of the 
Lord. 

Enter into his gates with thanks- 
giving, and into his courts with 
praise. 

They that wait upon the Lord 
shall renew their strength; they 
shall mount up with wings as 
eagles. 

They shall run, and not be 
weary; they shall walk, and not 
faint. 

Blessed are they which do 
hunger and thirst after righteous- 
ness: for they shall be filled. 

Blessed are the pure in heart: 
for they shall see God. 

If any man sin, we have an ad- 
vocate with the Father, Jesus 
Christ the righteous. 

Wherefore he is able to save 
them to the uttermost, that come 
unto God by him. 

Draw nigh to God, and he will 
draw nigh to you. 

Ask, and ye shall receive; 
seek, and ye shall find; knock, 
and it shall be opened unto you. 

Let us therefore come boldly 
unto the throne of grace, that we 
may obtain mercy, and find grace 
to help in time of need. 

O come, let us worship and bow 
down; let us kneel before the Lord 
our Maker. 

341 TEie SHepderd Psalm. 

The Lord is my shepherd; I 
shall not waYit. 

He maketh me to lie down in 
green pastures: he leadeth me be- 
side the still waters. 

He restoreth my soul: 

He leadeth me in the paths of 
righteousness for his name's sake. 

Yea, though I walk through the 
valley of the shadow of death, I 
will fear no evil: 



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For thou art with me; they rod 
and thy staff, they comfort me. 

Thou preparest a table before me 
in the presence of mine enemies: 

Thou anointest my head with 
oil; my cup runneth over. 

Surely goodness and mercy shall 
follow me all the days of my life; 

And I will dwell in the house of 
the Lord for ever. 



342 The Lord is Good. 

O taste and see that the Lord is 
good: blessed is the man that trust- 
eth in him. 

fear the Lord, ye his saints: 
for there is no want to them that 
fear him. 

The young lions do lack, and 
suffer hunger: 

But they that seek the Lord 
shall not want any good thing. 

Come, ye children; hearken unto 
me: 

1 will teach you the fear of the 
Lord. 

What man is he that desireth 
life, and loveth many days, that he 
may see good? 

Keep thy tongue from evil, and 
thy lips from speaking guile: de 
part from evil, and do good; seek 
peace, and pursue it. 

The eyes of the Lord are upon 
the righteous,, and his ears are 
open unto their cry. 

The face of the Lord is against 
them that do evil, to cut off the 
remembrance of them from the 
earth. 

The righteous cry, and the Lord 
heareth, and delivereth them out 
of all their troubles. * 

The Lord is nigh unto them 
that are of a broken heart; and 
saveth such as be of a contrite 
spirit. 



343 



[saiah 55. 



1. Ho, every one that thirsteth, 
come ye to the waters, and he that 



hath no money; coitie ye, buy, and 
eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk 
without money and without price. 

2. Wherefore do ye spend money 
for tliat which is not bread? and 
your labour for that vv'hich satisfieth 
not? hearken diligently unto me, and 
eat ye that which is good, and let 
your soul delight itself in fatness. 

3. Incline your ear, and come unto 
me : hear, and your soul shall live ;• 
and I will make an everlasting cove- 
nant with you, even the sure mercies 
of David. 

4. Behold, I have given him for a 
witness to the people, a leader and 
commander to the people. 

5. Behold, thou shalt call a nation 
that thou knowest not, and nations 
that knew not thee shall run unto 
thee, because of the Lord thy God, 
and for the f^Ioly One of Israel; for 
he hath glorified thee. 

6. Seek ye the Lord* while he may 
be found, call ye upon him while he 
is near: 

7. Let the wicked forsake his 
way, and the unrighteous man his 
thoughts : and let him return unto 
the Lord, and he will have mercy 
upon him ; and to our God, for he 
will abundantly pardon. 

8. For my thoughts are not your 
thoughts, neitlier are your ways my 
wavs, saith the Lord. 

9. For as the heavens are highei- 
than the eartli, so are my ways 
higher than your ways, and my 
thoughts than your thoughts. 

10. For as the rain cometh down, 
and the snow from heaven, and re- 
turneth not thither, but watereth the 
earth, and maketh it bring forth and 
bud, that it may give seed to the 
sower, and bread to the eater; 

11. So shall my word be that go- 
cth forth out of my mouth: it shall 
not return unto me void, but it shall 
accomplish that which I please, and 
It shall prosper in the thing whereto 
I sent it. 

I 12. For ye shall go out with joy. 
j and be led forth with peace : the 
j mountains and the hills shall break 
forth before you into singing, and 
all the trees of the field shall clap 
their hands. 



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13. Instead of the thorn shall 
come up the fir tree, and instead of 
the brier shall come up the myrtle 
tree: and it shall be to the Lord for 
a name, for an everlasting sign that 
shall not be cut off. 



344 



Psalm 1. 



1. Blessed is the man that walk- 
eth not in the counsel of the un- 
godly, nor standeth in the way of 
sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of 
the scornful. 

2. But his delight is in the law of 
the Lord; and in his law doth he 
meditate day and night. 

3. And he shall be like a tree 
planted by the rivers of water, that 
bringeth forth his fruit in his sea- 
son ; his leaf also shall not wither ; 
and whatsoever he doeth shall pros- 
per. 

4. The ungodly are not so : but are 
like the chaff which the wind driveth 
away. 

5. Therefore the ungodly shall not 
stand in the judgment, nor sinners 
in the congregation of the righteous. 

6. For the Lord knoweth the way 
of the righteous: but the way of the 
ungodly shall perish. 



345 



Psalm 19. 



L The heavens declare the glory 
of God; and the firmament sheweth 
his handiwork. 

2. Day unto day uttereth speech, 
and night unto night sheweth knowl- 
edge. 

3. There is no speech nor lan- 
guage, where the voice is not heard. 

4. Their line is gone out througli 
all the earth, and their words to the 
end of the world. In them hath he 
set a tabernacle for the sun. 

5. Which is as a bridegroom com- 
ing out of his chamber, and rejoic- 
eth as a strong man to run a race. 

6. His going forth is from the end 
of the heaven, and his circuit unto 
the ends of it : and there is nothing 
hid from the heat thereof. 

7. The law of the Lord is perfect, 
converting the soul: the testimony 



of the Lord is sure, making wise the 
simple. 

8. The statutes of the Lord are 
right, rejoicing the heart: the com- 
mandment of the Lord is pure, en- 
lightening the eyes. 

9. The fear of the Lord is clean, 
enduring forever: the judgments of 
the Lord are true and righteous alto- 
gether. 

10. More to be desired are they 
than gold, yea, than much fine gold : 
sweeter also than honey and the 
honeycomb. 

11. Moreover by them is thy ser- 
vant warned: and in keeping of 
them there is great reward. 

12. Who can understand his er- 
rors? cleanse thou me from secret 
faults. 

13. Keep back thy servant also 
from presumptuous sins; let them 
not have dominion over me : then 
sliall I be upright, and I shall be 
innocent from the great transgres- 
sion. 

14. Let the words of my mouth, 
and the meditation of my heart, be 
acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my 
strength, and my redeemer. 



346 



M 



issionary 



God so loved the world that he 
gave his only begotten Son, that 
whosoever believeth in him should 
not perish, but have everlasting life. 

For God sent not his Son into the 
world to condemn the world, but 
that the world through him might 
be saved. 

The Father sent the Son to be the 
Saviour of the world. 

Christ also hath loved us, and hath 
giveiT^ himself for us. 

He is the propitiation for our 
sins: 

And not for ours only, but also 
for the sins of the whole world. 

Behold the Lamb of vjod, which 
taketh awaythe sin of the world. 

This is indeed the Christ, the 
Saviour of the world. 

Go ye therefore, and teach all na- 
tions, baptizing them in the name of 
the Father, and of the Son, and of 
the Holy Ghost. 



Responsive Readings. 



281 



B47 



Psalm 24. 



1. The earth is the Lord's, and the 
fullness thereof ; the world, and they 
that dwell therein. 

2. For he hath founded it upon 
the seas, and established it upon the 
floods. 

3. Who shall ascend into the hill 
of the Lord? or who shall stand in 
his holy place? 

4. He that hath clean hands, and 
a pure heart; who hath not lifted up 
his soul unto vanity, nor sworn de- 
ceitfully. 

5. He shall receive the blessing 
from the Lord, and righteousness 
from the God of his salvation. 

6. This is the generation of them 
that seek him, that seek thy face, 
O Jacob. Selah. 

7. Lift up your heads, O ye gates; 
and be ye lifted up ye everlasting 
doors; and the King of glory shall 
come in. 

8. Who is this King of glory? The 
Lord strong and mighty, the Lord 
mighty in battle. 

9. Lift up your heads, O ye gates ; 
even lift them up, ye everlasting 
doors ; and the King of glory shall 
come in. 

10. Who is this King of glory? 
The Lord of hosts, he is the King 
of glory. Selah. 



348 



Psalm 37. 



Fret not thyself because of evil- 
doers, neither be thou envious 
against. the workers of iniquit}'. 

2. For they shall soon be cut 
down like the grass, and wither as 
the green herb. 

3. Trust in the Lord, and do good ; 
so shalt thou dwell in the land, and 
verily thou shalt be fed. 

4. Delight thyself also in the 
Lord; and he shall give thee the 
desires of thine heart. 

5. Commit thy way unto the 
Lord ; trust also in him ; and he 
shall bring it to pass. 

6. And he shall bring forth thy 
righteousness as the light, and thy 
judgment as the noonday. 



7. Rest in the Lord, and wait pa- 
tiently for him : fret not thyself be- 
cause of him who prospereth in his 
way, because of the man who bring- 
eth wicked devices to pass. 

8. Cease from anger, and forsake 
wrath : fret not thyself in any wise 
to do evil. 

9. For evildoers shall be cut off: 
but those that wait upon the Lord, 
they shall inherit the earth. 

10. For yet a little while, and the 
wicked shall not be: yea, thou shalt 
diligently consider his place, and it 
sliall not be. 

11. But the meek shall inherit the 
earth; and shall delight themselves 
in the abundance of peace. 



349 



Psalm 51. 



1. Have mercy upon me, O God, 
according to thy loving kindness: 
according unto the multitude of thy 
tender mercies blot out my trans'- 
gressions. 

2. VV'ash me thoroughly from 
mine iniquity, and cleanse me from 
my sin. 

3. For I acknowledge my trans- 
gressions : and my sin is ever before 
me. 

4. Against thee, thee only, have I 
sinned, and done this evil in thy 
sight : that thou mightest be justi- 
fied when thou speakest, and be clear 
when thou judgest. 

5. Behold, I was shapen in in- 
iquity; and in sin did my mother 
conceive me. 

6. Behold, thou desireth truth in 
the inward parts: and in the hidden 
part thou shalt make me to know 
wisdom. 

7. Purge me with hyssop, and I 
shall be clean: wash me, and I shall 
be whiter than snow. 

8. Make me to hear joy and glad- 
ness ; that the bones which thoii'hast 
broken may rejoice. 

9. Hide thy face from my sins, 
and blot out all mine iniquities. 

10. Create in me a clean heart, O 
God : and renew a right spirit within 
me. 



282 



Responsive Readings. 



11. Cast me not away from thy 
presence; and take not thy Holy 
Spirit from me, 

12. Restore unto me the joy of 
thy salvation; and uphold me with 
thy free Spirit. 

13. Then will I teach transgres- 
sors thy ways; and sinners shall be 
converted unto thee. 

14. Deliver me from bloodgnilti- 
ness, O God, thou God of my salva- 
tion; and my tongue shall sing 
aloud of thy righteousness. 

15. O Lord, open thou my lips ; 
and my mouth shall shew forth thy 
praise. 

16. For thou desirest not sacri- 
fice ; else would I give it: thou de- 
lightest not in burnt offering. 

17. The sacrifices of God are a 
broken spirit : a broken and a con- 
trite heart, O God, thou wilt not 
despise. 



350 



Psalm lOa. 



1. Bless the Lord^ O my soul; and 
all that is within me, bless his holy 
nam^e. 

2. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and 
forget not all his benefits : 

3. Who forgiveth all thine iniqui- 
ties; who healeth all thy diseases; 

4. Who redeemeth thy life from 
destruction ; who crowneth thee with 
loving kindness and tender mercies ; 

5. Who satisfieth thy mouth with 
good things; so that thy youth is re- 
newed like the eagle's. 

6. The LcRD executeth righteous- 
ness and judgment for all that are 
oppressed. 

7. He made known his ways unto 
Moses, his acts unto the children of 
Israel. 

8. The Lord is merciful and gra 
dous, slow to anger, and plenteous 
in mercy. 

9. He will not always chide; 
neither will he keep his anger for 
ever. 

10. He hath not dealt with us 
after our sins ; nor rewarded us ac- 
cording to our iniquities. 

11. For as the heaven is high 
above the earth, so great is his 
mercy toward them that fear him. 



12. As far as the east is from the 
west, so far hath he removed our 
transgressions from us. 

351 TKes. 4:13-18 and 5:1-8 

13. But I would not have you to 
be ignorant, brethren, concerning 
them which are asleep, that ye sor- 
row not, even as others which have 
no hope. 

14. For if we believe that Jesus 
died and rose again, even so them 
also which sleep in Jesus will God 
bring with him. 

15. For this we say unto you by 
the word of the Lord, that we which 
are alive and remain unto the com- 
ing of the Lord shall not prevent 
them which are asleep. 

16. For the Lord himself shall de- 
scend from heaven with a shout, 
with the voice of the archangel, and 
with the trump of God : and the 
dead in Christ shall rise first: 

17. Then we which are alive and 
remain shall be caught up together 
with them in the clouds, to meet the 
Lord in the air : and so shall we 
ever be with the Lord. 

18. Wherefore comfort one an- 
other with these words. 



1. But of the times and the sea- 
sons, brethren, ye have no need that 
I write unto you. 

2. For yourselves know perfectly 
that the day of the Lord so cometh 
as a thief in the night. 

3. For when they shall say, Peace 
and safety; then sudden destruction 
ing out and thy coming in from this 
cometh upon them, as travail upon 
a woman with child; and they shall 
not escape. 

4. But ye, brethren, are not in 
darkness, that that day should over- 
take you as a thief. 

5. Ye are all the children of light, 
and the children of the day: we are 
not of the night, nor of darkness. 

6. Therefore let us not sleep as 
do others : but let us watcls and be 
sober. 



Responsive Readings. 



283 



7. For they that sleep sleep in the 
night; and they that be drunken are 
drunken in the night. 



that ye may believe on the name of 
the Son of God. 

14. And this is the confidence that 



8. But let us, who are of the day, we have in Him, that, if we ask any 
be sober, putting on the breastplate] thing according to His will. He 
of faith and love; and for an hel- heareth us: 

met, the hope of salvation. 15. And if we know that He hear 

us, whatsoever we ask, we know 
that we have the petitions that we 
desired of Him. 



352 1 John 5:1-5, 9-15. 

1. Whosoever believeth that Jesus 
is the Christ is born of God: and 
every one that loveth Him that be- 
gat loveth him also that is begotten 
of Him. 

2. By this we know that we love 
the children of God, when we love 
God, and keep His commandments. 

3. For this is the love of God, 
that we keep His commandments : 
and His commandments are not 
grievous. 

4. For whatsoever is born of God 
overcometh the world : and this is 
the victory that overcometh the 
world, even our faith. 

5. Who is he that overcometh the 
world, but he that believeth that 
Jesus is the Son of God? 

9. H we receive the witness of 
men, the witness of God is greater : 
for this is the witness of God which 
He hath testified of His Son. 

10. He that believeth on the Son 
of God hath the v/itness in himself : 
he that believeth not God hath made 
Him a liar; because he believeth not 
the record that God gave of His 
Son. 

11. And this is the record, that 
God hath given to us eternal life, 
and this life is in His Son. 

12. He that hath the Son hath 
life; and he that hath not the Son 
of God hath not life. 

13. These things have I written 
unto you tliat believe on the name 
of the Son of God; that ye may 
know that ye have eternal life, and 



353 Rev. 7:9-15. 

9. After this I beheld, and, k>, a 
great multitude, which no man could 
number, of all nations, and kindreds, 
and people, and tongues, stood be- 
fore the throne, and before the 
Lamb, clothed with white robes, and 
palms in their hands ; 

10. And cried with a loud voice, 
saying. Salvation to our God which 
sitteth upon the throne, and unto 
the Lamb. 

n. And all the angels stood round 
about the throne, and about the eld- 
ers and the living creatures, and 
fell before the throne on their faces, 
and worshipped God. 

12. Saying, Amen : Blessing, and 
glory, and wisdom, and thanksgiv- 
ing, and honour, and power, and 
might, be unto our God forever and 
ever. Amen. 

13. And one of the elders an- 
swered, saying unto me. What are 
these which are arrayed in white 
robes? and whence came they? 

14. And I said unto him. Sir, thou 
knowest. And he said to me. These 
are they which came out of great 
tribulation, and have washed their 
robes, and made them white in the 
blood of the Lamb. 

15. Therefore are they before the 
throne of God, and serve him day 
and night in his temple and he that 
sitteth on the throne shal' dwell 
among them. 



Jn^tX 



A 

Abide with Me 262 

A charge to keep.. .294 
Alas and did my... 308 
All hail the power. 271 
All hail the power. 272 
All hail the power. 273 

All people that 332 

All the way my 177 

All the way to 135 

All we can 194 

All who will 154 

All will be right 7G 

Almost persuaded 214 

Alone 137 

Am I a soldier? 280 

A rainbow on the.. 92 

Are you coming 213 

Are you counting.. 34 

Arise, My soul 313 

A trust song 147 

At the cross 229 

Awake, arise 15- 

Awakening chorus .201 

B 

Battle hymn of the. . .328 
Because he loved me 22 

Better each day 89 

Better every day... 58 

Beulah land 40 

Blessed assurance. . 319 

Blessed be the 303 

Blest be the tie 250 

Break Thou the.... 291 
Brighten the corner. 46 
Busy for Jesus 196 

C 

Calvary 67 

Christ arose 321 

Christ is all 150 

Closer still 4 

Come Thou 307 

Come Thou Fount.. 249 
Come Thou Fount.. 105 

Come to Jesus 216 

Come ye disconso- 
late 267 

Come ye sinners. .. .224 
Confess Him today. 217 

Confidence 85 

Conquer in the 156 

Crown Him 199 

D 
Does Jesus care?... 5 

Drifting down 146 

Dwelling in Beulah. 122 

E 
Elijah's God still... 162 

Even me 255 

Ever present Savior. 151 



Every day I need... 27 
Everywhere I go.... 170 

F 

Face to face 164 

Fade, fade each.... 312 
From every stormy. 20 
From Greenland's . .292 
Full surrender 57 

G 

Give me a heart.... 131 
Gloria Patri No. 1..330 
Gloria Patri No. 2.. 331 
Glory to His name.. 277 
God be v/ith you.... 329 
God will take care. 11 
Guide me, O Thou.. 293 

H 

Hallelujah, what a.. 322 
Have you a friend. 124 
Have you forgotten.117 

He brightens the 66 

He did so much for.167 

He is mine 158 

He is my shepherd.. 61 
He knows the way... 88 

He leadeth me 320 

He lifted me 94 

He promised to keep 30 
He rolled the sea.. 128 

He is able and 148 

He's the one 104 

He threw out the.. 114 
He will not let me. 39 
Help the one next. .140 

Higher ground 302 

His grace is 95 

His love is far 82 

Holding on to Jesus. 110 

Hold the fort 230 

Holy Ghost with... 252 
Holy, Holy, Holy... 253 
Holy Spirit faithful. 251 
Home of the soul... 63 
Home, sweet home.. 235 
How could it be?... 103 

How firm a 295 

How firm a 296 

How it saves 37 

How tedious and... 279 
How you will love.. 2 

I 

I am coming home.. 215 
I am coming Lord.. 226 
I am praying for... 55 
I am ready, are you. 165 
I am trusting, Lord. 278 

I do believe 161 

I have been to Jesus. 3fi 
I have never found. 80 



I love HiM 107 

I love Jesus 72 

I love to tell the.. 254 
I must tell Jesus. . . 93 
I need Thee every.. 69 
I never loved Jesus.160 
I only need to trust 15 
I shall be ready.... 79 
I shall dwell forever 32 

I walk with the 141 

I want to see Jesus. 38 

I will sing the 28 

If I could but tell it. 29 
If Jesus goes with.. 118 
If your heart keeps 20 
If you want to be.. 129 

I'm a pilgrim 159 

In evil long I took. .261 

In Jesus 179 

In the cross 241 

In the garden 9 

In the hollow of 112 

In the service of the 65 
Is it the crowning. 73 
Is my name written. 305 

It is here 54 

It was Jesus who... 45 



Jehovah-Jireh 

Jesus has you on.. 
Jesus, I my cross... 
Jesus is calling . . . 
Jesus is all the. . . . 
Jesus loves even me. 
Jesus lover of my.. 
Jesus lover of my.. 
Jesus lover of my. . 
Jesus loves me still. 
Jesus met me there. 
Jesus paid it all. . . . 
Jesus remembered . 
.Jesus Savior, pilot.. 
Jesus will save you. 

.Jewels 

Joy to serve Jesus. 
Joy to the world.... 

Just abide 

Just as I am 

lust outside the.... 
Just to know Jesus. 



20G 
145 
248 
208 

17 
187 
265 

33 
266 

53 

7 

228 

62 
256 
218 
195 

51 
309 
171 

185 
64 



eep on singing . . 
Keep the vision of 



Lead kindly light... 
Let Christ be first. . 
Let God use you.... 

Let Him in 

Let Jesus come into. 
Let the lower light. 



S6 
100 



285 

Looking on the 188 

Lord, I'm coming. .. .240 

Love divine 281 

Loving kindness ...286 

M 

Majestic sweetness .310 
Make Jesus yours... 212 
Master, the tempest. 200 
More about Jesus... 1 
Morning, noon and... 84 
Mother's prayers .... 14 
Must Jesus bear the. 225 
My Father vk^atches. 74 
My faith looks up.. 264 
My heavenly home.. 284 
My Jesus, as Thou.. 289 
My Jesus, I love.... 247 

My mother 106 

My Savior first of.. 166 
My soul be on Thy.. 244 
My wonderful dream 16 

N 

Nailed to the cross. 116 
Nearer my God to.. 287 

No night there 109 

No not one 223 

No other one but. . . .125 
No tears up yonder. 101 



O could I speak 259 

O day of rest and... 243 

O happy day 326 

O how I love Jesus. 238 
O it's wonderful.... 71 
O Jesus Thou art... 283 
O love that will not. 4 
O my Soul, bless.... 6 

O, 'tis a great 50 

Oh to be over 174 

Once for all 169 

One day 90 

One sweetly solemn. 304 

Only a smile 13 

Only a step 222 

Only one way 35 

Only trust Him 325 

On Jordan's stormy. .317 
Onward, Christian. . .246 
Onward to victory ... 203 
Open my eyes 119 

P 

Pass me not 121 

Pentecostal power. . 56 
Praise God from.... 333 
Praise His name.... 59 
Pure wliite ribbons. . .189 



Redeemed and saved 44 



INDEX 

Remember Me 269 

Rescue the perishing. Ill 
Revive us again.... 327 

King the bells of 297 

Rock of ages 257 

Rolled away 136 

S 

Safely tlirough : 

Sail on 18 

Saved 6 

Saved, saved 47 

Savior, like a 275 

Say not tomorrow. .211 

Send the light 178 

Send the power 77 

Send Thy Spirit 75 

Shall we meet 285 

Since I found my... 127 
Since Jesus came. ... 3 
Singing as the days 

go by 133 

Softly and tenderly.. 233 

Somebody 149 

Somebody cares .... 10 

Sometime 1S6 

Songs of praises. .. .115 

Song to the flag 197 

Souls are coming. ... 209 
Stand up for Jesus. .299 
Stand up, stand up. 126 
Steady and true.... 134 
Still sweeter every.. 108 
Still undecided .."...221 

Sun of my soul 263 

Sunshine in the soul 19 

Sweet by and by 323 

Sweeter as the years 52 

Sweet hour of 270 

Swing little 192 

Swing song 191 



The house that 198 

The King's highway. 132 
The Lord is King... 204 
The name of Jesus. . 78 
The old-fashioned... 68 

The old-time 276 

The same old way. . 24 
The shadow of Thy. 21 

The solid rock 282 

The Son of God goes. 298 
The tidal wave of.. 70 
The unclouded day.. 23 
The unwritten gospel 87 
The wayside cross. ..184 
There is a fountain. 236 
There is a fountain. 237 

There is always 43 

There is land of 288 

There's a great day.. 314 
There's a wideness. .260 
Thou hast been a... 81 

Throw a line 172 

Throw out the 138 

Tis so sweet to 155 

True-hearted 157 

Trusting Jesus 163 



Take me as I am... 245 
Take the Name of.. 113 
Tell it everywhere.. 96 
The church in the.. 181 
The cleansing wave. 239 
The dearest Friend. 144 

The everlasting 202 

The fight 



Unsearchable riches. 143 

W 

Walking with Jesus 41 
Wandering child, O. .183 
We are marching to. 180 

What a dav of 48 

What a friend 242 

What a wonderful. . S 

What did he do? 315 

What will it be? 2S 

When I survey 268 

When Jesus spoke. . . 31 
When love shines in. 102 
When our hosts to. 12 

When the roll is 301 

When you know 139 

When we all get to. 91 
Where He leads me. 173 

While Jesus 234 

Whiter than snow.. 274 
Who could it be?. . . 97 



The gate ajar... 324r^'ho'Il be the next?. 210 

The gate of 150 Whosoever will 316 

The great judgment.l20'Why do you wait?.. 232 
The great Physician.311 Sr ^'^"°l "°^'*'' -^'^ 



The gospel harvest. .205 
The hallowed ^pot.. 83 
The haven of rest.. 168 
The heart that was. 98 

The heavenly 190 

The hem of His 123 

The home over there.318 
The homeward way. 4 9 



Wonderful power.... 99 
Work for the night. .30C. 
Working together. . . 193 

Y 

Yield not to 300 

You may have the.. 142 
You need the Savior.219 



Responsive Readinds 



All For Jesus 338 

Isaiah 55 343 

I John 5:1-5 352 

Missionary 346 

Our Refuge 337 

Praise and Prayer 340 

Praising God 339 

Psalm 1 344 

Psalm 19 345 

Psalm 24 347 



Psalm 37 

Psalm 51 

Psalm 103 

Revelations 7:9- 

Salvation 

The Blessed Mai 



348 
349 
350 
353 
33.-. 
334 



The Lord Is Good 34 

Thes. 4:13-18 ;35i 

The Shepherd Psalm 341 

Winning Souls ' .' '336 



^o^lcal JxiStX 



ASSTRANCE. 

Abide with me 262 

Blessed assurance. ... 319 

Christ is all 150 

Dwelling in Beulah...l22 
He knows the way ... 8 S 

He lifted me 94 

He rolled the sea 128 

Holding on to Jesus. .110 
How firm a foundat'n. 295 

How it saves 37 

I shall be ready 79 

I shall dwell forever.. 32 

In the garden 9 

In the hollow of his.. 112 
Jesus remembered ... 62 
Morning, noon & night. 84 

Saved 6 

Somebody cares 10 

Sun of my soul 263 

The haven of rest. . . .168 
The same old way. ... 24 
'Tis so sweet to trust. 155 
What a day of victory 4S 



ATOWEMENT. 

Alas a»d did my 308 

Calvary 67 

He did so much for. .167 
Nailed to the croao...iiti 
There is a fountain.. .236 



CHILDREN. 

A rainbow on the. ... 92 

All we can 194 

Brighten the corner... 46 

Busy for Jesus 196 

If your heart keeps. . 20 
.lesus loves even me. .187 

Jewels 195 

l-iooking on the bright. 188 
Pure white ribbons. . .189 

Saviour like a 275 

Song of the flag 197 

Sunshine in the .soul. . 19 
Swing little branches. 192 

Swing song 191 

Tlie heavenly Strang.. 190 
Working together . . . .193 



CHORUSES. 

Awakening chorus ...201 

Crown him 199 

From every stormy. . .207 

fehovah-Jireh 206 

Master tlie tempest. . .200 
Onward to victory .... 203 
The everlasting father.202 

The flght is on 130 

The gospel harvest. .. 205 
The house that stood. 198 
The Lord is king 204 

CHRIST. 

Calvarv 67 

Confidence 85 

Have you a friend like.124 

He's the one 104 

How you will love him. 2 
I have never found a. 80 

I must tell Jesus 93 

I need thee every hour 69 

In Jesus 179 

Jesus is all the world. 17 
Jesus loves me still. . . 53 
Jesus met me there. . 7 
Let Christ be first. . . .176 

Let him in 25 

No other one taut . . . .125 

ifs wonderful 71 

One day .•. 90 

Saved ! Saved ! 47 

The heart that was. . . 98 
The name of Jesus. . . 78 

What a friend 242 

What a wonderful .... 8 

CHRISTMAS. 

Joy to the world 309 

The heavenly stranger. 190 

CONFESSION. 

Come thou fount 105 

Come thou fount 249 

Confess him to-day. . .217 
Have you forgotten. . .117 

1 have never found a. 80 
I want to see Jesus. .. 38 
I will sing the 28i 



In the hollow of his.. 112 
Morning, noon and. . . 84 

No other one but 125 

Open my eyes 119 

Still sweeter every... 108 
Tell it everywhere.... 96 
Tlie dearest friend of. 144 

The hem of his 123 

Who could it be but. . 97 

CONSECRATION. 

Better each day 89 

Closer still 4 

From every stormy... 207 

Full surrender 57 

Give me a heart like. .131 

How it saves 37 

I am coming Lord. . . .226 

I love Jesus 72 

More atauut Jesus .... 1 
My Jesus as thou.... 289 

Jesus thou art 283 

Open mine eyes 119 

Pentecostal power ... 56 
Sweeter as the years. . 52 

Take me as I am 245 

Where he leads me... 173 

CROSS. 

All the way to 135 

Calvary 67 

Glory to His name... 277 

1 do believe 161 

In the cross 241 

Jesus, I my cross have.248 
Keep the vision of the. 100 
Must Jesus bear the. .225 

Only one way 35 

When I survey 268 

DECISION. 

All the way to 135 

Everywhere I go 170 

He is mine 158 

I do believe 161 

I need thee every hour. 69 

If you want to bJ 129 

In evil long I took... 261 

Just as I am. 227 

Keep the vision of the.lOO 



happy day 326 

Rolled away 136 

Still undecided 221 

The dearest friend of. 144 
The haven of rest.... 16 8 
Why not now? 220 

DEVOTIONAL. 

Ari.ne my soul 313 

Break thou the bread. 291 

Closer still 4 

Come thou fount 105 

Dwelling in Beulah...l22 

1 need thee every 69 

Pass me not 121 

Rock of ages 257 

Still sweeter every. ...lOS 
Where He leads me. . .173 



DUETS. 



Calvary 

I'm a pilgrim 

Jesus lover of my soul. 
Jesus met me there. . . 
Nailed to the Cross. . . 
O my soul bless thou. 
The heart that was. . . 



Christ arose 

Hallelujah what a. . . 



FAITH. 

All will be right 76 

Does Jesus care 5 

He will not let me fall. 39 
Holding on to Jesus. .110 

How it saves 37 

I only need to trust. . 15 

I will sing the 28 

Jesus is all the world 17 
Just to know Jesus. . . 64 

Keep on singing 86 

My faith looks up to. .264 

Saved 6 

The hem of his 123 

The homeward way. . . 49 
The old fashioned.... 68 
The unwritten gospel.. 87 
When you know 139 



FORGIVENESS. 

He did so much for me. 
He's able and willing. 

He rolled the sea 

I have been to Jesus.. 
Nailed to the cross. . . 

Rolled away 

The clean.sing wave. . . 
There is always 



GRACE. 

He lifted me 94 

His grace is 95 

One day 90 

The gate njar 324 

The tidal wave of . . . . TO 



Topical Index 

GUIDANCE. 

All the way my 177 

Ever present savior. .151 

Guide me O thou 

He is my shepherd ... 61 

He leadeth me 320 

I will sing the 2 8 

In the garden 9 

In the hollow of his.. 112 

Only one way 35 

Sail on 18 

Take the name of. ...113 
The king's highway . .132 
The same old way. ... 24 
Walking with Jesus. . . 41 
Where He leads me. .173 



HEAVEN. 

Home of the soul 63 

Home sweet home. . . .23 5 
I shall dwell forever.. 32 
Is my name written.. 305 

No night there 109 

No tears up yonder.. 101 
O to be over yonder.. 174 
Sweet bye and bye... 323 
The home over there. .318 
The unclouded day.... 2 3 

There is a land 288 

What a dav of victfvry 4 8 
Wlien the roll is called. 301 
When we all get to. . . 91 



HOLY SPIRIT. 

Holy Ghost with ]r)ve.252 
Holy Spirit faithrul. .251 
Open my eyes 119 



HOPE. 

A rainbow on the 92 

All who will believe. .154 
Fade, fade each earth. 312 
I will sing the wend. . 28 
Looking on the bright. 188 
A[y Saviour first of. .166 
Since Jesus came into. 3 
The solid rock 2S2 



INTEU3IED1,VTE. 



287 

Come ye sinners 224 

Confess Him to-day.. .217 
He's able and willing. 148 
I am coming norne. . . .215 
I am coming. Lord... 226 
Jesus has you on His. 145 

Jesus IS calling 208 

Jesus paid it all 228 

Jesus will .save vou. . .21g 

Just c,s 1 am 227 

Let Him in 25 

Let Jesus come into.. .231 
Lord I'm coming home. 240 
Make Jesus yours . . . .212 

No not one 223 

Only a step 222 

Only trust him 325 

Say not to-morrow . .211 

Souls are coming 209 

Softly and tenderly. . .233 

Still undecided 221 

Take me as I am 245 

Who will be the next. 210 

Whosoever will sis 

Why do you wait?. . . .232 
Why not now? 220 

JOY. 

I have been to Jeaus. . 36 
I walk with the king. 141 
If you want to be.... 129 
Joy to serve Jesus. . . 51 

O happy day 326 

Ring the bells of 297 

Since Jesus came into. 3 
Singing as the days go. 133 
There is always... 43 

You may have the 142 



A rainbow on the. . . . 

A trust song 

Brighten the corner. . . 
He brightens the shad 
Help the one next to. . 
Looking on the bright. 
Pure white ribbons. . . 
Saviour like a shep. . 
Singing as the day;?. . . 

Song of the flag 

Snn.shine in the soul. . 
\ATien lovo shine in . . . 
You may have the iov. 



INVITATIONS. 

Are you coming home. 213 

At the cro.ss 229 

Come to Jesus to-day. 216 



JUDGMENT. 

The great judgment . , 
There's a great day . . , 

LOVE. 

Becau.se he loved me . , 
Better every day. . . 

Glory to His name 

His love is far better. 

How could it be 

Glory to His name. . . 

r love Him 

I love Jesus '. '. 

I never loved Jesus. '. 
Jesus loves me stilL. . 

Love divine 

More aiiout .lesus,... 
My Jesus I love thee. . 
O how I love Jesus. . . 
O love that will not. . . 

Only a smile 

-'he heart that was. . . 
When love shines in . . 



120 
314 



58 
254 

82 
103 
277 
107 

72 
160 

53 

281 

1 

247 

238 

42 



LO% ALTV, 

His love is far better. 82 
Holding on to Jesus.. 110 
My soul be on thy. . . .24 4 

Sail on is 

Stand up for Jesus.. . .298 



288 

stand up, stand up for.126 
Take the name of... 113 
The king's highway. . .132 
True -l-^k-ted, whole. . . 157 



MALE VOICES. 

Just outside the 185 

Let God use you 182 

Sometime, somewhere. 1S6 

The church in the 181 

The waysidB cross. . . .184 
Wandering child, O. . .183 



MEMORIAL,. 

Lead kindly light . . 
My heavenly home. . 
Nearer my God to . . 
Shall we meet 



.290 
.284 
.287 
.285 



MISSIONS. 

Everywhere I go 170 

From Greenland's icy. 292 
Let the lower lights.. 175 
Onward Christian ... .246 
Rescue the perishing. .111 

Send the light 178 

Somebody 149 

Stand up, stand up for.126 

Steady and true 134 

Throw a line 172 

Throw out the life 138 



Mother's prayers have 14 
My mother 106 



OBEDIENCE. 



If Jesus goes with me. 118 
If you want to be... 129 



PATRIOTIC. 

Song to the flag 197 



Dwelling in Beulah...l22 
Unsearchable riches.. 143 
When Jesus spoke..-. 31 



' PENTECOST. 

Pentecostal power.... 56 
Send the power again 77 



PERSONAL. WORK. 

Brighten the corner. . . 46 

Everywhere I go 170 

He brightens the 66 

Help the one next to. 140 



Topical Index 

I love to tell the. . .254 

Let Christ be first 176 

Only a smile 13 

Rescue the perishing. Ill 

Somebody 149 

Take the name of. . . .113 

Throw a line 172 

Throw out the life .. .138 



PRAISE. 

All hail the power. . .271 
Blessed be the name. .303 
Come thou almighty. . 307 
Come ye disconsolate. 267 

Holy, holy, holy 253 

How tedious, and... 279 
'I have been to Jesus. . 36 
If you want to be. . . .129 
Majestic sweetness . . .310 

O could I speak 259 

O day of rest and. . . .243 
On Jordan's stormy. . .317 

Praise His name 59 

Since I found my 127 

The king's highway. . .132 
There's a wideness. .260 
We're marching to... 180 



PRAYER. 

Even me 255 

Give me a heart like. 131 
I am praying for you. 55 
Jesus Saviour, pilot. ..256 

Open my eyes 119 

Pass me not 121 

Sweet hour of prayer. 270 



PROMISES. 

All who will believe . . 
He promised to keep. 
If your heart keeps. . . 
No tears up yonder . . 
The gate of blessing. 



PSALMS. 

O my soul, bless thou. 
The shadow of thy . . . 

Thou hast been a 

When our h(5sts to ... . 



REPENTANCE. 

Are you counting the. 
O 'tis a great change. 

Send thy spirit 

The hem of his 



SERVICE. 

I am ready are you. 
In the service of the 
Joy to serve Jesus. . . 

The fight is on 

Rescue the perishing 
Steady and true . . . 
You may have the. . 



SOLOS. 

Christ ia all 150 

Drifting down 146 

Elijah's God still lives.162 
Have you forgotten. . . 117 

He lifted me 94 

He threw out the life. 114 
Home of the soul.... 63 
I am praying for you 55 
I walk with the king. 141 
Jesus is all the world. 17 
Jesus met me there. . . 7 
Jesus remembered you 62 
My father watches. . . 74 

My mother 106 

My wonderful dream. 16 

Sail on 18 

Somebody cares 10 

The great judgment. . 120 
The heart that was. . . 98 
The unclouded day. . . 23 

Throw a line 172 

Throw out the life-. . .138 



TEMPERANCE. 



Pure white ribbons. . .189 
Yield not to 300 



TRUST. 

A trust song 147 

Confidence 85 

Does Jesus care? 5 

Every day I need Thee 27 

He brightens the 66 

He will not let me. . . 39 
I am trusting, Lord. 278 
I only need to trust. . 15 
If Jesus goes with me.118 

Tust abide 171 

Just meet me there. . . 7 
Just to know Jesus. . . 64 

Keep on singing 86 

Vly Father watches. 74 
O love that will not. . 42 

Somebody cares 10 

'Tis so sweet to trust. 155 
Trusting Jesus, that. 163 
Wonderful power .... 99 



WARFARE. 

Am I a soldier 280 

Awake, arise 152 

Conquer in the 156 

Hold the fort 230 

Mv soul, be on thy.. 244 

Onward Christian 246 

Stand up, stand up 126 

The fight is on 130 

The son of God goes. 298 
When our hosts to 12 



WORK. 

A Charge to keep... 294 

Awake, arise 152 

T am ready, are you/165 
Let the lower lights.. 175 
True hearted, whole. 157 
Work for the night. ..306